Rhesus monkeys ( Macaca mulatta ) demonstrate robust memory for what and where , but not when , in an open-W eld test of memory

@inproceedings{Hampton2005RhesusM,
  title={Rhesus monkeys ( Macaca mulatta ) demonstrate robust memory for what and where , but not when , in an open-W eld test of memory},
  author={Robert Russell Hampton and B. M. Hampstead and Elisabeth A Murray},
  year={2005}
}
We adapted a paradigm developed by Clayton and Dickinson (1998), who demonstrated memory for what, where, and when in scrub jays, for use with rhesus monkeys. In the study phase of each trial, monkeys found a preferred and a less-preferred food reward in a trialunique array of three locations in a large room. After 1 h, monkeys returned to the test room, where they found foods placed as during study. Twenty-Wve hours after the study phase monkeys again searched the room, but now the preferred… CONTINUE READING