Sequential Analysis of Exploratory Behavior in Rats and Mice
Midwestern Psychological Association
Rats and mice are commonly used to investigate environmental cue based spatial navigation. As of yet, no studies have compared their self-movement cue processing. Sequential analysis of exploratory behavior revealed that both rodent species use self-movement cues; however, rats appear to be more accurate in distance estimation
Tia N. Donaldson, Lucia Cherep, Philip A. Blankenship, Alexandria D. Trainer, Ryan M. Yoder, and Douglas G. Wallace (2016).
Sequential Analysis of Exploratory Behavior in Rats and Mice. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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