[Neuroscience] Re: Bees can recognize human faces, study finds
Glen M. Sizemore
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Sat Dec 10 15:35:43 EST 2005
More evidence that the behaviorists were always right. There are such things
as fairly generalized learning mechanisms. The same holds true for animals
responding to English phonemes. Not to mention pigeons responding
appropriately to cubists vs. realists. The list could go on.
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> Honeybees may look all alike to us. But the reverse isn't necessarily
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