The Role of the Hippocampus in Delayed Match- and Nonmatch-to-Sample Tasks

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OFENLOCH, Iris-Tatjana, 2001. The Role of the Hippocampus in Delayed Match- and Nonmatch-to-Sample Tasks

@mastersthesis{Ofenloch2001Hippo-11115, title={The Role of the Hippocampus in Delayed Match- and Nonmatch-to-Sample Tasks}, year={2001}, author={Ofenloch, Iris-Tatjana}, note={Veröffentlichte Version der Diplomarbeit: Behavioral Neuroscience ; 116 (2002), 4. - S. 716-721} }

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