CULTURE & ARTS
06/17/2013 09:38 am ET

Study: Mice Prefer Kandinsky To Mondrian

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A recent study shows that mice can indeed have preferences to paintings, given the proper morphine reinforcement.

In a paper called “Preference for and Discrimination of Paintings by Mice” by Shigeru Watanabe, published on June 6 in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE, the Japanese psychology professor in pitted Renoir against Picasso and Kandinsky against Mondrian for critical rodent affection.

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