January 30th, 2018
January 30th, 2018•
The goal of the behavioral tests presented here is to detect functional deficits in rats after traumatic brain injury. Four specific tests are presented that detect deficits in behaviors to reflect the damage to specific brain areas at times extending to one year after injury.
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Operant Procedures for Assessing Behavioral Flexibility in Rats
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Stress-Enhanced Fear Learning, a Robust Rodent Model of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Novel Object Recognition and Object Location Behavioral Testing in Mice on a Budget
Nest Building Behavior as an Early Indicator of Behavioral Deficits in Mice
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A Procedure to Study Stress-Induced Relapse of Heroin Seeking after Punishment-Imposed Abstinence
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