Supplementary material from \"Do detour tasks provide accurate assays of inhibitory control?\"

Jayden O. Van Horik, Ellis J. G. Langley, Mark A. Whiteside, Philippa R. Laker, Christine E. Beardsworth &
Transparent cylinder and barrier tasks are used to purportedly assess inhibitory control in a variety of animals. However, we suspect that performances on these detour tasks are influenced by non-cognitive traits, which may result in inaccurate assays of inhibitory control. We therefore reared pheasants under standardized conditions and presented each bird with two sets of similar tasks commonly used to measure inhibitory control. We recorded the number of times subjects incorrectly attempted to access a...
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