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    • A fruit in the hand or two in the bush? Divergent risk preferences in chimpanzees and bonobos. 

      Hare, Brian; Hauser, MD; Heilbronner, SR; Rosati, Alexandra G; Stevens, JR (Biol Lett, 2008-06-23)
      Human and non-human animals tend to avoid risky prospects. If such patterns of economic choice are adaptive, risk preferences should reflect the typical decision-making environments faced by organisms. However, this approach ...
    • A fruit in the hand or two in the bush? Divergent risk preferences in chimpanzees and bonobos. 

      Hare, Brian; Hauser, MD; Heilbronner, SR; Rosati, Alexandra G; Stevens, JR (Biol Lett, 2008-06-23)
      Human and non-human animals tend to avoid risky prospects. If such patterns of economic choice are adaptive, risk preferences should reflect the typical decision-making environments faced by organisms. However, this approach ...
    • Basal Ganglia Regulation of Motivated Behaviors 

      Rossi, Mark Allen (2015)
      Finding and consuming food and water are among the most critical functions for an animal's survival. Food seeking (e.g., exploration and approach) and consummatory (e.g., licking, chewing, swallowing) behaviors are usually ...
    • Chimpanzees and bonobos exhibit divergent spatial memory development. 

      Hare, Brian; Rosati, Alexandra G (Dev Sci, 2012-11)
      Spatial cognition and memory are critical cognitive skills underlying foraging behaviors for all primates. While the emergence of these skills has been the focus of much research on human children, little is known about ...
    • Rapid, accurate time estimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio). 

      Cerutti, Daniel T; Jozefowiez, J; Staddon, John ER (Behav Processes, 2013-10)
      Zebrafish were tested in an appetitive Pavlovian delayed conditioning task. After an intertrial interval of k*T s (k=11.25; T=8, 16 or 32 s), a small, translucent vertical pole was illuminated (CS) for T s. Food was presented ...
    • Rapid, accurate time estimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio). 

      Cerutti, Daniel T; Jozefowiez, J; Staddon, John ER (Behav Processes, 2013-10)
      Zebrafish were tested in an appetitive Pavlovian delayed conditioning task. After an intertrial interval of k*T s (k=11.25; T=8, 16 or 32 s), a small, translucent vertical pole was illuminated (CS) for T s. Food was presented ...
    • Rapid, accurate time estimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio). 

      Cerutti, Daniel T; Jozefowiez, J; Staddon, John ER (Behav Processes, 2013-10)
      Zebrafish were tested in an appetitive Pavlovian delayed conditioning task. After an intertrial interval of k*T s (k=11.25; T=8, 16 or 32 s), a small, translucent vertical pole was illuminated (CS) for T s. Food was presented ...