Supplementary material from "The evolution of quantitative sensitivity"

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The ability to represent approximate quantities appears to be phylogenetically widespread, but the selective pressures and proximate mechanisms favouring this ability remain unknown. We analysed quantity discrimination data from 672 subjects across 33 b...
Date made available2021
PublisherThe Royal Society

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