- DMTC (Delayed matching-to-sample) : DMTC which is the acronym of Delayed matching-to-sample refers to an experimental procedure in which the animal is first shown a sample stimulus and then, following some delay, is required to select that stimulus out of a group of alternative stimuli.

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