Behaviour of marmoset monkeys in a T-maze: comparison with rats and macaque monkeys on a spatial delayed non-match to sample task

@article{Easton2003BehaviourOM,
  title={Behaviour of marmoset monkeys in a T-maze: comparison with rats and macaque monkeys on a spatial delayed non-match to sample task},
  author={Alexander Easton and Kathleen Parker and Andrew M. Derrington and Amanda Parker},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={150},
  pages={114-116}
}
The marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) is a small New World monkey that is increasingly being used in a laboratory setting. A previous set of studies has provided a direct comparison between the performance of rats and macaque monkeys on a spatial delayed non-match to sample task in a T-maze (Murray et al. 1989, Experimental Brain Research 74:173–186; Markowska… CONTINUE READING