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Effects of age on short-term memory for time in rats.

Bibliographic reference Leblanc, P. ; Soffie, Monique. Effects of age on short-term memory for time in rats.. In: Experimental aging research, Vol. 25, no. 3, p. 267-84 (1999)
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