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Research Article

Short-Term Memory of the Amplitude of Body Rotation in Orienting Behavior of African Clawed Frog (Xenopus laevis)

Table 2

Similarity of turn amplitudes between a normal trial and a subsequent above-body trial with different intervals between these two trials.

0–10 s10–20 s20–30 s

Frog M1 927345
Correlation0.5120.3530.092
( < 0.001)( = 0.002)( = 0.546)

Frog F1 76440
Correlation0.4970.444
( < 0.001)( = 0.003)

“Correlation” refers to the correlation between the turn amplitude in the normal trial and the turn amplitude in the subsequent above-body trial.

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