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To solve this task, an animal must learn to associate event/place/time or what/where/when information in a single code. , 2003) have much more difficulty acquiring the task. , 2003). , 2003). However, it is only under certain conditions that rats combine these three components into a tripartite what/where/when code and successfully solve the task. , 2000). Given these findings, animals may be able to learn temporal information, but it may not reflect the natural way events are encoded. 5. What/where/which episodic-like memory In an attempt to avoid some of the confounds and problems involved in demonstrating “when” memory, Eacott and Norman (2004) used context to replace time as the “when” component of episodic-like memory, which broadens the definition of episodic-like memory to include integration of the “what, where, and which” details of an event.
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