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These sounds bounce off object s in the environment, and the bat s use the result ing pattern of echoes to navigate under pitch-black condit ions at night. They also use echolocat ion to locate their prey, such as moths and other ﬂy ing insects. This is an exquisite adaptation for success for a highly mobile, noct urnal, aerial predator of small prey that are also highly mobile. The excitement of Grifﬁn’s discover y arises from the fact that, as humans, our primary tools for learning about the world are our own sensor y abilities of taste, touch, smell, and especially hearing and v ision.
To prepare odors for scent lineups, Schoon gave volunteers t wo glass jars with six stainless steel cylinders in each. The volunteers were instructed to handle the cylinders in each jar for 5 minutes. In addit ion, one of the volunteers handled a piece of polyvinyl chloride (PVC ) tubing, prov iding a “check” 44 How Science Works scent that was used as described below to be sure the dogs didn’t have an inherent preference for one of the odors in the lineup but were really making a choice based on matching an odor in the lineup to a target odor.
This time period incorporates the f ull lengths of the longest colds. The vert ical bars show 95% conﬁdence intervals, a standard index of variability among indiv iduals (see Chapter 8). For each group, the probability is 95% that the true average lies within the 95% conﬁdence interval. The large overlaps in these conﬁdence intervals implies that the differences among treatment s are not signiﬁcant. with the NIH test of the same hypothesis illustrates many of the subtle problems that can arise in conduct ing nutritional or medical experiment s with human volunteers.