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Memory of Past Events and Mental Time Travel in Apes Satoshi Hirata 1 1Wildlife Research Center of Kyoto University Keyword: 心的時間旅行 , 類人猿 , エピソード様記憶 , 偶発的記憶 , 視線計測 , mental time travel , ape , episodic-like memory , incidental memory , eye-tracking pp.1311-1321
Published Date 2017/11/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1416200909
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Abstract

Mental time travel refers to the ability to recall a past event and imagine the future. Some researchers claim that this ability is unique to humans, while others argue that nonhuman animals also possess this ability. A study on apes by using eye-tracking revealed that chimpanzees and bonobos can remember a single event for 24 hours, suggesting that they possess at least some elements of mental time travel.


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