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Sue Anne Zollinger and Henrik Brumm

Review The evolution of the Lombard effect: 100 years of psychoacoustic research Henrik Brumm 1) & Sue Anne Zollinger (Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Communication and Social Behaviour Group, Eberhard-Gwinner-Strasse, 82319 Seewiesen, Germany) (Accepted: 1 October 2011) Summary On the

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Ben J.A. Kröse and Christina A. Burbeck

and Haber (1974), using a same/different task with small characters on the horizontal axis. In our experiment the task was identification (not a same/different discrimination) and our elements were twice the size of those used by Lefton and Haber, so we decided to study the effect of eccentricity on

Pablo Castillo

, including mitochondrial genomes, horizontal gene transfer, and population genetics and metagenetics. Chapters 3, 4 and 5 give an updated review of several biological aspects of cyst nematodes, such as biology of hatching, diapause, sex pheromones, peptide signals, sources of effectors and biochemistry of

Piet J. Drent, Monica E.M. Verbeek and Anne Boon

in the horizontal posture, ex- pressed in percentage of the two minutes during which the behaviour was recorded. In this posture the legs are deeply bent and the body, head and beak form one horizontal line. The eyes are fixed on the opponent, the neck may be stretched towards the opponent, and the

Janos Szatmary, Itzhak Hadani and Bela Julesz

- flection of the dots. The modulation of the dot position allowed the subject to observe horizontal monocular depth corrugations of the pattern in the fronto-parallel plane. Later replications of the system required, in general, costly hardware, or shop work. For example, a special graphics board to

Vebjørn Ekroll and Franz Faul

surround (dashed horizontal line). We have previously reported observations suggesting that such a ‘missing colour phenomenon’ indeed occurs when uniform surrounds are used (Ekroll et al. , 2004). The demonstration in Fig. 6 gives an impression of the effect. Each row displays the same physical scale of

Árni Kristjánsson

chance level (the test pattern is perceived as be- ing oriented towards the adapting orientation — an attractive effect). According to the results, if the adaptor is, for example, oriented clockwise by 5 arc deg, a vertical test will be judged to be counterclockwise 65–77% of the time, while a horizontal

D.J.F. Brown, P.B. Topham and B. Boag

-specific competition on horizontal distribution of the nematodes indicated that competition normally had little effect on their spatial distribution. The results (Table IV) indicated that in only two fields was there a negative correlation between pairs of species and these were not signifi- cant. However, there were

Rob Gray and David Regan

change of disparity, and conclude that the difference between the horizontal velocities of the object’s left and right retinal images makes at most only a small contribution to speed discrimination, but conclusions may be different for detection, perceived speed and directional discrimination. We review