PhysOrg Posted August 26, 2015 Share Posted August 26, 2015 If there is a certain pool of choices and we can exclude A and B, we can easily deduce that C must be the appropriate choice. The ability of animals to be able to solve this has been the focus of many studies in recent comparative cognitive research. A team of researchers of the University of Vienna have found a method to test if Goffin cockatoos have the ability to infere by exclusion. They publish their findings this week in the scientific journal PLoS One. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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