Considerations for Testing Spatial Cognition in Mice
Midwestern Psychological Association
The Barnes maze has traditionally been used to evaluate visuospatial performance in rats, although the use of genetically modified mice has recently increased. However, few studies have documented the species differences that may affect performance. Here, we report methodological considerations for testing mice on a Barnes maze.
Lucas C. Carstensen, Rhen M. Biggs, and Ryan M. Yoder (2016).
Considerations for Testing Spatial Cognition in Mice. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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