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Danielle Baron
Danielle Baron
Other namesDanielle Lubyk
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Geometric orientation by humans: Angles weigh in
DM Lubyk, B Dupuis, L Gutiérrez, ML Spetch
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19, 436-442, 2012
242012
Finding the best angle: pigeons (Columba livia) weight angular information more heavily than relative wall length in an open-field geometry task
DM Lubyk, ML Spetch
Animal cognition 15, 305-312, 2012
162012
Fast-and slow-exploring pigeons differ in how they use previously learned rules
LM Guillette, DM Baron, CB Sturdy, ML Spetch
Behavioural processes 134, 54-62, 2017
142017
Practice makes proficient: pigeons (Columba livia) learn efficient routes on full-circuit navigational traveling salesperson problems
DM Baron, AJ Ramirez, V Bulitko, CR Madan, A Greiner, PL Hurd, ...
Animal cognition 18, 53-64, 2015
82015
Reorientation in diamond-shaped environments: encoding of features and angles in enclosures versus arrays by adult humans and pigeons (Columbia livia)
DM Lubyk, ML Spetch, R Zhou, J Pisklak, W Mou
Animal cognition 16, 565-581, 2013
72013
The role of geometric and non-geometric environmental cues in reorientation: Pigeons’ and humans’ use of relative wall lengths, angular information, and features
DM Lubyk
2012
Which corner is correct? Pigeons and humans demonstrate different strategies for encoding and weighting the geometric properties of their environments
D Lubyk, B Dupuis, L Gutierrez, M Spetch
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE …, 2011
2011
Pigeons (Columba livia) Encode Wall Length and Angle Amplitude in an Open Field Geometry Task
DM Lubyk, M Spetch
2011
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