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Testing Visual Sensitivity to the Speed and Direction of Motion in Lizards

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10.3791/127-v

December 14th, 2006

December 14th, 2006

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1Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behaviour, Macquarie University

Testing visual sensitivity in lizards using an operant conditioning paradigm that employs video playback of random-dot kinematograms and computer-generated invertebrates.

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