The Primate Finger Maze was designed to overcome the time demands and the limited application of the Wisconsin General Test Apparatus to specific cognitive abilities of nonhuman primates. It was first described in an experiment by Tsuchida et al. (2003).
The Primate Finger Maze Test involves a problem-solving task wherein the subjects manipulate the food reward placed within the apparatus to the feeding box. The apparatus consists of four levels or steps with one end opening to an error box and the other to the next step (feeding box in the final step).
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