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- Jason M. Tangen, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Forensic science international 2019 v.297 pp. 138-147
- DNA; courts; crime; forensic sciences; humans; people
- ... Forensic science techniques are often used in criminal trials to infer the identity of the perpetrator of crime and jurors often find this evidence very persuasive. Unfortunately, two of the leading causes of wrongful convictions are forensic science testing errors and false or misleading forensic testimony (Saks and Koehler, 2005). Therefore, it is important to understand jurors’ pre-existing bel ...
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- Journal of comparative physiology 2013 v.199 no.1 pp. 45-55
- Apis mellifera; brain; cognition; color; flowers; honey bees; humans; landscapes; learning
- ... Honeybees (Apis mellifera) have remarkable visual learning and discrimination abilities that extend beyond learning simple colours, shapes or patterns. They can discriminate landscape scenes, types of flowers, and even human faces. This suggests that in spite of their small brain, honeybees have a highly developed capacity for processing complex visual information, comparable in many respects to v ...