Fig. S1 from Learning of efficient behaviour in spatial exploration through observation of behaviour of conspecific in laboratory rats

Raw measured indexes for each group. (A) Average errors and (B) transit time. The average number of errors did not differ significantly between groups during the 5 weeks. The average total transit time differed significantly between groups in the first week [F(3, 55) = 2.80, p < 0.05]. Multiple comparisons did not reveal differences between the groups [F(3, 55) = 1.23]. There was a significant difference between groups in the third week [F(3, 55) = 3.44, p < 0.05] and fourth week [F(3, 55) = 5.34, p < 0.01]. In the third week, multiple comparisons showed a significant difference between observer and demonstrator groups (p < 0.05). In the fourth week, multiple comparisons showed a significant difference between observer and demonstrator groups (p < 0.01), observer and waiting group (p < 0.05) and observer and individual groups (p < 0.05). In the fifth week, there was a significant difference between groups [F(3, 55) = 7.60, p < 0.001]. Multiple comparisons showed significant differences between observer and demonstrator groups (p < 0.01), observer and waiting group (p < 0.01) and observer and individual groups (p < 0.01).