Verner P. Bingman

Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, United States 
"Verner Bingman"
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Sotelo MI, Nardi D, Payne KB, et al. (2019) Local geometric properties do not support reorientation in hippocampus-engaged homing pigeons. Behavioral Neuroscience
Wiegmann DD, Hebets EA, Gronenberg W, et al. (2016) Amblypygids: Model Organisms for the Study of Arthropod Navigation Mechanisms in Complex Environments? Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10: 47
Fuchs R, Bingman VP, Ross JD, et al. (2015) Brain contrasts between migratory and nonmigratory North American lark sparrows (Chondestes grammacus). Neuroreport. 26: 1011-6
Mayer U, Pecchia T, Bingman VP, et al. (2015) Hippocampus and medial striatum dissociation during goal navigation by geometry or features in the domestic chick: An immediate early gene study. Hippocampus
Herold C, Coppola VJ, Bingman VP. (2015) The maturation of research into the avian hippocampal formation: Recent discoveries from one of the nature's foremost navigators. Hippocampus
Jonckers E, Güntürkün O, De Groof G, et al. (2015) Network structure of functional hippocampal lateralization in birds. Hippocampus
Coppola VJ, Flaim ME, Carney SN, et al. (2015) An age-related deficit in spatial-feature reference memory in homing pigeons (Columba livia). Behavioural Brain Research. 280: 1-5
Sotelo MI, Bingman VP, Muzio RN. (2015) Goal orientation by geometric and feature cues: spatial learning in the terrestrial toad Rhinella arenarum. Animal Cognition. 18: 315-23
Mirzaei G, Jamali MM, Gorsevski PV, et al. (2015) Regularized logistic regression based classification for infrared images Conference Record - Asilomar Conference On Signals, Systems and Computers. 2015: 487-490
Hebets EA, Aceves-Aparicio A, Aguilar-Argüello S, et al. (2014) Multimodal sensory reliance in the nocturnal homing of the amblypygid Phrynus pseudoparvulus (Class Arachnida, Order Amblypygi)? Behavioural Processes. 108: 123-30
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