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Recognition by humans and pigeons of novel views of 3-D objects and their photographs.

Abstract:

Humans and pigeons were trained to discriminate between 2 views of actual 3-D objects or their photographs. They were tested on novel views that were either within the closest rotational distance between the training views (interpolated) or outside of that range (extrapolated). When training views were 60 degrees apart, pigeons, but not humans, recognized novel views of actual objects better than their pictures. Further, both species recognized interpolated views of both stimulus types better...

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10.1037/0096-3445.134.2.149

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Friedman, A More by this author
Spetch, ML More by this author
Journal:
Journal of experimental psychology. General
Volume:
134
Issue:
2
Pages:
149-162
Publication date:
2005-05-05
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EISSN:
1939-2222
ISSN:
0096-3445
URN:
uuid:259a5819-bc58-431b-baaa-1b08299c8458
Source identifiers:
479978
Local pid:
pubs:479978

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