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|Title:||Partial knowledge and answer-until-correct tasks in birds and humans|
|Citation:||Biometrics, 2001; 57(4):1251-1252|
|Publisher:||International Biometric Soc|
|T. P. Hutchinson|
|Abstract:||Jolliffe and Jolliffe (1997, Biometries 53, 1136-1142) and Ridout (1999, Biometrics 55, 660- 662) have proposed models applicable to memory in coal tits. It is now argued that the birds’ task is analogous to answer-until-correct tests used in educational settings in humans, and models from the latter context may be used with the birds’ data.|
|Keywords:||Answer-until-correct; food storing in birds; partial knowledge|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research publications|
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