Symposium overview: the use of delayed matching-to-sample procedures in studies of short-term memory in animals and humans.

@article{Paule1998SymposiumOT,
  title={Symposium overview: the use of delayed matching-to-sample procedures in studies of short-term memory in animals and humans.},
  author={Merle G. Paule and Philip J. Bushnell and Jacques P J Maurissen and G R Wenger and Jerry J. Buccafusco and John J. Chelonis and Rebecca Elliott},
  journal={Neurotoxicology and teratology},
  year={1998},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={493-502}
}
Behavioral paradigms applicable for use in both human and nonhuman subjects for investigating aspects of working/short-term memory are presented with a view towards exploring their strengths, weaknesses, and utility in a variety of experimental situations. Such procedures can be useful in teasing out specific aspects of mnemonic processes including discrimination, encoding, and retention. Delayed matching-to-position, delayed matching-to-sample (DMTS), and titrating matching-to-sample… CONTINUE READING

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