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Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception
Tuesday 5th August, 16:00-18:00
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396 AUDIO-VISUAL CROSSMODAL IDENTIFICATION IN CHIMPANZEES
L Martinez*, T. Matsuzawa
Primate Research Institute Kyoto University, Japan
397 THE MUELLER-LYERSCHE AND THE EBBINGHAUS ILLUSION IN CHIMPANZEES, BONOBOS AND ORANGUTANS
Daniel Hanus*, Josep Call
Max Planck Institute for evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
398 TRADE-OFF THEORY OF MEMORY AND SYMBOLIZATION IN HUMANS AND CHIMPANZEES
T. Matsuzawa*, S. Inoue
Primate Research Institute Kyoto university, Japan
399 SPATIAL MEMORY IN CHIMPANZEES: SINGLE-TRIAL LEARNING, 24-HOUR AND 3-MONTH LONG TERM MEMORY
N. Mendes*, J. Call
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
400 KEEPING TRACK OF TIME: EVIDENCE FOR EPISODIC-LIKE MEMORY IN APES
G. Martin-Ordas*1, D. Haun2, F. Colmenares3, J. Call1
1Max Planck Institute, Germany, 2Department of Psychology University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 33Departamento de Psicobiología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
401 WORKING MEMORY OF NUMERALS IN HUMANS AND CHIMPANZEES
S. INOUE*, T. MATSUZAWA
Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University, Japan