LinksExamples of publications:
1. Images as data. Rats take a picture of their own behavior. (Research at UNF).
Iversen, I. H. (2002). Response-initiated imaging of operant behavior using a digital camera. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 77, 283-300. Article1.
2. Chimpanzes learn to draw on a touchmonitor. (Research in Japan).
Iversen, I. H., & Matsuzawa, T. (1996). Visually guided drawing in the chimpanzee (Pan Troglodytes). Japanese Psychological Research, 38, 126-135. Article2.
3. Chimpanzees solve fingermazes on a touchmonitor. (Research in Japan).
Iversen, I. H., & Matsuzawa, T. (2001). Acquisition of navigation by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in an automated fingermaze task. Animal Cognition, 4, 179-192. Article3.
4. Paralyzed people (with ALS) have their cognitive abilities tested making choices on a monitor using their EEG. (Research in Germany).
Iversen, I. H., Ghanayim N., Kübler A., Neumann N., Birbaumer N., & Kaiser, J. (2008). A brain–computer interface tool to assess cognitive functions in completely
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