Strategies in landmark use by children , adults , and marmoset monkeys

@inproceedings{MacDonald2004StrategiesIL,
  title={Strategies in landmark use by children , adults , and marmoset monkeys},
  author={Suzanne E MacDonald and Marcia L. Spetch and Debbie M. Kelly and Ken Chengc},
  year={2004}
}
Common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus jacchus), human children, and human adults learned to Wnd a goal that was located in the center of a square array of four identical landmarks. The location of the landmark array and corresponding goal varied across trials, so the task could not be solved without using the landmark array. In Experiment 1, a matrix of discrete goal locations was presented and the landmarks surrounded and were adjacent to the correct location during training. After training, an… CONTINUE READING