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While bird-watching, Brian observed a crow use a twig to pry open a fast-food container that someone had left lying in the park. The crow's use of the twig is considered an example of ________ .
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To solve problems associated with the likelihood of an event, humans tend to use (classical/empirical) probability, which is based on (experience/ reasoning), while pigeons seem to use ________ probability, which is based on ________ . This results in better performance by (pigeons/humans) in the Monty Hall dilemma.
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When we compare food-storing birds to non-storing birds, food-storing birds appear to have better ________ memory. On a neurological level, they also have a larger ________ .
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Eli watched his new kitten pounce on a toy. He thought, "She must be practicing hunting because she knows it will make her better at it when she's an adult." This statement reveals Eli's tendency toward ________ , which is something that animal researchers should avoid.
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After learning to discriminate the color green and also to discriminate the shape of a block, Alex the parrot was able to correctly answer a question like "How many green blocks?" when shown a number of objects of different colors and shapes. Thus, with the use of words, he was able to demonstrate that he understood the concept of (categorization/n...
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