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From: Age and Species Comparisons of Visual Mental Manipulation Ability as Evidence for its Development and Evolution

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(a) Memory Period: colored stimuli presented; (b) Retention Period: all objects occluded, requiring color-location information to be stored in memory; (c) Swaps: pairs of occluded items swap positions n times, requiring color- information bindings be updated; (d) Reconsolidation Period: All objects remain stationary; (e) Test period: Subject is shown the targeted color and must indicate (peck or point) to the position where that color is expected.

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