The "prawn-in-the-tube" procedure: what do cuttlefish learn and memorize?

@article{Cartron2013TheP,
  title={The "prawn-in-the-tube" procedure: what do cuttlefish learn and memorize?},
  author={Lelia Cartron and Anne-Sophie Darmaillacq and Ludovic Dickel},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2013},
  volume={240},
  pages={29-32}
}
For several decades the "prawn-in-the-tube" procedure has been extensively used in the exploration of behavioral plasticity and its neural correlates in cuttlefish. Although the nature of the task has been characterized, the effect of reinforcement and the extent of different cues cuttlefish can use to solve and memorize the task remain unclear. To determine whether cuttlefish learned to inhibit predatory behavior because of pain incurred when the tentacles hit the glass tube, the shrimp prey… CONTINUE READING