At the roots of Spatial Numerical Association:
From behavioral observation to neural basis, SNANeB


The SNANeB project is based on the collaboration between the Department of General Psychology, DPG, at University of Padua, Italy, and the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA

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Ordinality in rats

Rats are capable of learning to enter a target tunnel, to find a food, solely on the basis of its ordinal position in an array of six or 18 identical tunnels.

Ordinality in chicks

Domestic chicks, soon after hatching, move and interact with their environment to follow the hen, to join their mates and to find food.

Ordinality in honeybees

Honeybees (Apis mellifera) are usually thought of as foragers, who fly flower to flower to collect nectar and pollen.
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