Dogs' new tricks demonstrate memory capability

07/16/2013 |

Dogs have the ability to learn and remember actions demonstrated by humans and perform those tasks after being distracted, according to experiments performed by researchers at Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary. The findings indicate the presence of "declarative memory, which refers to memories which can be consciously recalled, such as facts or knowledge," researchers wrote.

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