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Use of an Eight-arm Radial Water Maze to Assess Working and Reference Memory Following Neonatal Brain Injury

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10.3791/50940-v

December 4th, 2013

December 4th, 2013

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1Department of Psychology, Rhode Island College, 2Department of Biology, Rhode Island College

The eight-arm radial water maze is designed to evaluate reference and working memory performance simultaneously by requiring subjects to use extra-maze cues to locate escape platforms and remedies the limitations observed in land based radial arm maze designs.

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