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Discriminability measures and time-frequency features: an application to vibrissal tactile discrimination
(Elsevier Science, 2014-06)
Background: Often, the first problem that the neuroscientist must face is to determine if a specific stimulus set applied to biological system produces specific, precise and well differentiated responses. New method: In ...
Unsupervised visual discrimination learning of complex stimuli: Accuracy, bias and generalization
Through same-different judgements, we can discriminate an immense variety of stimuli and consequently, they are critical in our everyday interaction with the environment. The quality of the judgements depends on familiarity ...
Discriminant models based on sensory evaluations: Single assessors versus panel average
(Elsevier B.V., 2011)
The mixed discriminant of n Laurent polynomials in n variables is the irreducible polynomial in the coefficients which vanishes whenever two of the roots coincide. The Cayley trick expresses the mixed discriminant as an ...
Le controle par les instructions et la relation d'équivalence entre les stimulusLe controle par les instructions et la relation d'équivalence entre les stimulus
(Acta ComportamentaliaActa Comportamentalia: Revista Latina de Análisis del Comportamiento, 2010)
Association between perceived discrimination and healthcare-seeking behavior in people with a disability
BACKGROUND: Experiences of discrimination lead people from vulnerable groups to avoid medical healthcare. It is yet to be known if such experiences affect people with disabilities (PWD) in the same manner. OBJECTIVES: To ...
Age and season affect chemical discrimination of Liolaemus bellii own space
We explored chemical discrimination of own vs. novel space by different age classes (neonates, juveniles, and adults) of the lizard Liolaemus bellii, during pre- and post-hibernation seasons. We recorded the number of ...