Rats trail behind shrews, monkeys, and humans in visual problem solving: Work could have important implications for translational research

Rats trail behind shrews, monkeys, and humans in visual problem solving: Work could have important implications for translational research

Rats take a fundamentally different approach toward solving a simple visual discrimination task than tree shrews, monkeys, and humans, according to a comparative study of the four mammal species. The work could have important implications for the translation of research in animal models to humans.

Rats trail behind shrews, monkeys, and humans in visual problem solving: Work could have important implications for translational research

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Rats take a fundamentally different approach toward solving a simple visual discrimination task than tree shrews, monkeys, and humans, according to a comparative study of the four mammal species. The work could have important implications for the translation of research in animal models to humans.

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