Dissociations in the effect of delay on object recognition: evidence for an associative model of recognition memory.


Rats were administered 3 versions of an object recognition task: In the spontaneous object recognition task (SOR) animals discriminated between a familiar object and a novel object; in the temporal order task they discriminated between 2 familiar objects, 1 of which had been presented more recently than the other; and, in the object-in-place task, they… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/xan0000003

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