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  • Overshadowing by fixed- and variable-duration stimuli. 

    Bonardi, C; Mondragón, E; Brilot, B; Jennings, DJ (England, 2015)
    Two experiments investigated the effect of the temporal distribution form of a stimulus on its ability to produce an overshadowing effect. The overshadowing stimuli were either of the same duration on every trial, or of ...
  • Stereotyping starlings are more 'pessimistic'. 

    Brilot, BO; Asher, L; Bateson, M (Germany, 2010-09)
    Negative affect in humans and animals is known to cause individuals to interpret ambiguous stimuli pessimistically, a phenomenon termed 'cognitive bias'. Here, we used captive European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) to test ...

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