Werner K. Honig, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Area:
Behavior Analysis
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Norman Guttman grad student Duke (Neurotree)

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Barrie J. Frost grad student 1967 Dalhousie University (Neurotree)
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Hamm J, Matheson WR, Honig WK. (1997) Mental Rotation in Pigeons (Columba livia)? Journal of Comparative Psychology. 111: 76-81
Honig WK, Matheson WR. (1995) Discrimination of relative numerosity and stimulus mixture by pigeons with comparable tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 21: 348-62
Cole PD, Honig WK. (1994) Transfer of a discrimination by pigeons (Columba livia) between pictured locations and the represented environments. Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 108: 189-98
Honig WK, Stewart KE. (1993) Relative numerosity as a dimension of stimulus control: The peak shift Animal Learning & Behavior. 21: 346-354
Honig WK. (1991) Discrimination by pigeons of mixture and uniformity in arrays of stimulus elements. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 17: 68-80
Alsop B, Honig WK. (1991) Sequential Stimuli and Relative Numerosity Discriminations in Pigeons Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 17: 386-395
Honig WK, Stewart KE. (1989) Discrimination of relative numerosity by pigeons Animal Learning & Behavior. 17: 134-146
Honig WK, Spetch M. (1988) Short-term memory for rate of alternation in the pigeon Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 26: 152-154
Spetch ML, Honig WK. (1988) Characteristics of pigeons' spatial working memory in an open-field task Animal Learning & Behavior. 16: 123-131
Honig WK. (1987) Memory interval distribution effects in pigeons Animal Learning & Behavior. 15: 6-14
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