Data from: Elevation related difference in serial reversal learning ability in a non-scatter hoarding passerine

Ethan Hermer, Maxime Cauchoix, Alexis S. Chaine & Julie Morand-Ferron
Environments characterized by scarce and variable food supply, termed ‘harsh environments’, have been hypothesized to favor cognitive abilities that aid an animal in finding food, remembering where it is located, or predicting its availability. Most studies of the ‘harsh environment’ hypothesis have found that scatter hoarders from harsher environments have better spatial memory abilities, but few studies have looked at this hypothesis in non-scatter hoarders. Here we present the first comparison of performance on a...
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