[Neuroscience] Conditioning and phylogenetic order

Majid Beshkar via neur-sci%40net.bio.net (by majid.beshkar from yahoo.com)
Thu Oct 26 14:41:55 EST 2006

What is the lowest-order animal, in terms of phylogenetic hierarchy, endowed with associative learning (i.e., classical and operant conditioning)? In other words, where in phylogenetic hierarchy does the capability for associative learning arise? 
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  Majid Beshkar

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