Do Clark’s nutcrackers demonstrate what-where-when memory on a cache-recovery task?

@article{Gould2011DoCN,
  title={Do Clark’s nutcrackers demonstrate what-where-when memory on a cache-recovery task?},
  author={Kristy L. Gould and Amy J. Ort and Alan C. Kamil},
  journal={Animal Cognition},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={37-44}
}
What-where-when (WWW) memory during cache recovery was investigated in six Clark’s nutcrackers. During caching, both red- and blue-colored pine seeds were cached by the birds in holes filled with sand. Either a short (3 day) retention interval (RI) or a long (9 day) RI was followed by a recovery session during which caches were replaced with either a single seed or wooden bead depending upon the color of the cache and length of the retention interval. Knowledge of what was in the cache (seed or… CONTINUE READING

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