Cynomolgus monkeys were tested in two computer-controlled visual associative memory tasks. The monkeys chose between visual objects on a screen by touching one. In the configural learning task one correct object and one wrong object were presented in each trial. Each of these two objects was composed of two coloured alphanumeric characters abutted together. The designation of the objects as 'correct' or 'wrong' followed a configural rule: e.g. if AB and CD are correct objects then AD and CB a...Expand abstract
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Temporo-frontal disconnection impairs visual-visual paired association learning but not configural learning in Macaca monkeys.
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