Head Direction Signal Degradation Contributes to Navigation Impairments
Midwestern Psychological Association
We evaluated the ability of tilted mice, which have degraded head direction signals, to perform a radial arm maze discrimination task in light and the Lashley III maze in darkness. Tilted mice were impaired at both tasks, suggesting head direction signal degradation is associated with visual and non-visual navigation impairments.
Seth L. Kirby, Ryan E. Harvey, and Ryan M. Yoder (2013).
Head Direction Signal Degradation Contributes to Navigation Impairments. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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