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Nonverbal Working Memory for Novel Images in Rhesus Monkeys (Current Biology)
 




One might remember an unfamiliar stork by mentally rehearsing the words `large black and white bird.` Such linguistic recoding greatly increases the flexibility of working memory. Brady and Hampton report that monkeys also actively maintain information about novel images in working memory, indicating evolution of this capacity without language.


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