May 1, 1977

Short-term spatial memory in mice

Zhurnal vyssheĭ nervnoĭ deiatelnosti imeni I P Pavlova
V I Fokin

Abstract

White mice were presented with two visually identical small cups, one containing a sugar solution, and the other a salt solution. After having once rejected in the course of search for sugar the cup with salt, the mice did not as a rule inspect it the second time, as is usually done by melliferous bees. With three of four cups, of which one contained a sugar solution, and the rest of salt solution, the number of repeated examinations sharply increased, still it did not attain that made by melliferous bees with the same number of objects. Hence, for the given class of problems, the behaviour of mice is superior to that of bees.

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