In each of three experiments with Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis), there was a group of normal control animals, a group with bilateral cortical ablations in the principal sulcus, and a group with fornix transection. In Expt. 1, half of each group learned problems in which the position of a pair of visual stimuli, to the monkey's left or right, indicated which of the visual stimuli was the correct (rewarded) one. The other animals learned problems in which visual stimuli indicated, ir...Expand abstract
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A comparison of the effects of fornix transection and sulcus principalis ablation upon spatial learning by monkeys.
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