Data from: Categorical colour perception occurs in both signalling and non-signalling colour ranges in a songbird

Matthew N. Zipple, Eleanor M. Caves, Patrick A. Green, Susan Peters, Sonke Johnsen & Stephen Nowicki
Although perception begins when a stimulus is transduced by a sensory neuron, numerous perceptual mechanisms can modify sensory information as it is processed by an animal’s nervous system. One such mechanism is categorical perception, in which 1) continuously-varying stimuli are labelled as belonging to a discrete number of categories and 2) there is enhanced discrimination between stimuli from different categories as compared to equally-different stimuli from within the same category. We have shown previously that...
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