Recognition memory, chlordiazepoxide and rhesus monkeys: some problems and results.
Monkeys were taught a variation of the Konorski  pair comparison task, with and without delay, by first training them on a 'simultaneous' procedure involving the judicious use of both correction and non-correction training. In this task, they had to respond to a left hand panel if two simultaneously present colour (green or red) stimuli were the same (e.g. green, green) and to a right hand panel if they were different (e.g. red, green). Once they had learned this task, delays ranging from...Expand abstract
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