The case for episodic memory in animals.

  title={The case for episodic memory in animals.},
  author={E. G{\"o}zde Dere and Emriye Kart-Teke and Joseph P. Huston and Maria Ang{\'e}lica de Souza Silva},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  volume={30 8},
The conscious recollection of unique personal experiences in terms of their details (what), their locale (where) and temporal occurrence (when) is known as episodic memory and is thought to require a 'self-concept', autonoetic awareness/conciousness, and the ability to subjectively sense time. It has long been held that episodic memory is unique to humans, because it was accepted that animals lack a 'self-concept', 'autonoetic awareness', and the ability to 'subjectively sense time'. These… CONTINUE READING
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