No sex difference occurs in hippocampus, food-storing, or memory for food caches in black-capped chickadees.

@article{Petersen1996NoSD,
  title={No sex difference occurs in hippocampus, food-storing, or memory for food caches in black-capped chickadees.},
  author={Karin Petersen and David Francis Sherry},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={1996},
  volume={79 1-2},
  pages={15-22}
}
A number of recent studies have described sex differences in the relative size of the hippocampus that are associated with sex differences in the use of space. Voles, kangaroo rats, and cowbirds all exhibit a sex difference in relative size of the hippocampal formation that is correlated with a sex difference in spatial behaviour. We wished to determine whether sex differences in the size of the hippocampus occur in the absence of a difference in the use of space, and whether the previously… CONTINUE READING

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