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SEVERAL RECENT SUHVKYS of the literature (2, 3, 4, 9) reflect the increased emphasis being placed upon study of the relationship between early environment and later behaviour in animals. Learning ability has received particular attention, and several studies have shown that the learning ability of adult animaLs is affected by the quality of their infant environment. More specifically, they indicate that animals raised in "enriched" or "stimulating" environments are superior in adult learningdoi:10.1037/h0083747 fatcat:cvrduyzrm5banbccd5v54b4rce