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Interocular Transfer in Goldfish: Color Easier than Pattern

David J. Ingle
Science
New Series, Vol. 149, No. 3687 (Aug. 27, 1965), pp. 1000-1002
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1716631
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Interocular Transfer in Goldfish: Color Easier than Pattern
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Abstract

Goldfish were trained to monocularly discriminate different patterns that also differed in color. When tested with reversed combinations of color and pattern cues, the fish responded on the basis of pattern while using the trained eye but on the basis of color while using the untrained eye. Interhemispheric transfer of color information was therefore more effective than that of pattern.

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