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The term "episodic memory" [#permalink] New post 17 Nov 2005, 16:02
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2005, 01:02
I think answer is A.

the last few lines [b]Such experiments cannot,
however, reveal whether the birds were
reexperiencing the past when retrieving the
information. Clayton acknowledged this by
using the term “episodic-likeâ€

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 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2005, 02:29
[quote="nakib77"]I think answer is A.

the last few lines [b]Such experiments cannot,
however, reveal whether the birds were
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information. Clayton acknowledged this by
using the term “episodic-likeâ€

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 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2005, 03:09
my second guess will be B.

A and B both are very close, I thought A is a better choice.

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 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2005, 17:13
Tulving says that episodic memory is a uniquely human capacity. Clayton conducted experiments on animals.

So I would choose B!
Reason:
As Tulving considers episodic memory a uniquely human capacity, he will agree that animals do hot share.....
Clayton also agrees with B because - "Subsequently, Clayton et al.
developed criteria to test for episodic memory in animals." - this statements means that Clayton, after acknowledging Tuvling's theory wanted to check whether it is the same in animals. So he can compare.

I hope I am right!! :?

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 [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2005, 07:20
rahulraao wrote:
Tulving says that episodic memory is a uniquely human capacity. Clayton conducted experiments on animals.

So I would choose B!
Reason:
As Tulving considers episodic memory a uniquely human capacity, he will agree that animals do hot share.....
Clayton also agrees with B because - "Subsequently, Clayton et al.
developed criteria to test for episodic memory in animals." - this statements means that Clayton, after acknowledging Tuvling's theory wanted to check whether it is the same in animals. So he can compare.

I hope I am right!! :?


Yes, the OA is (B).

However, I still don't understand...ToT

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 [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2005, 10:00
I think that B is the best although A is very close.


It is very possible that Tulving does not know anything about the experiment that Clayton conducted. Accordingly, he may not agree with the experiment's result.
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