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Adult Japanese quail display left-eye/right-hemisphere dominance in visually guided sexual tracking. In 2 experiments, the authors set out to answer if this functional cerebral asymmetry is modifiable by posthatch monocular deprivation. In Experiment 1, the left or the right eye of 2-day old quail were closed for 70 days. Quail were run in a left-or a right-turning runway to obtain access to a conspecific of the opposite sex. The performance of both left and right eye systems was equal. Indoi:10.1037/a0016406 pmid:19634940 fatcat:xgwyqhjbdfhwfdifxpeadfjohe