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Assessing Spatial Learning and Memory in Small Squamate Reptiles

DOI :

10.3791/55103-v

January 3rd, 2017

January 3rd, 2017

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1Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Penn State Altoona

This paper describes a modification of the Barnes maze, a standard rodent paradigm used to assess spatial memory and learning, for use in small squamate reptiles.

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Spatial Learning

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