- Spontaneous alternation behavior in larval zebrafish
Summary: Larval zebrafish show spontaneous alternation behavior, supporting the future use of zebrafish as a high-throughput pharmacological model in mnestic studies.
- Spatial learning in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis: preference for vertical over horizontal information
Summary: Vertical and horizontal information is separated in a marine invertebrate, the common cuttlefish, with priority given to vertical information.
- Scaling of cerebral blood perfusion in primates and marsupials
Summary: Brain blood flow rate increases with brain size and body size much faster in primates than in marsupial mammals, correlating with differences in cognitive ability.