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Serial-Probe Recognition for Gustatory Objects
Historically, what we know about human memory was discovered in experiments that used visual or verbal information. As a result, prevailing models of working memory (e.g., Baddeley and Hitch, 1974) rely heavily on visual ...
Oddity-from-Sample Abstract-Concept Learning by Pigeons
The ability to determine whether or not objects are the same has been established as an ability essential to human cognition (James, 1890). Concept formation, such as that of sameness, has been shown to rely on the number ...