A working model for the assessment of disruptions in social behavior among aged rats: The role of sex differences, social recognition, and sensorimotor processes.

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Aging results in a natural decline in social behavior, yet little is known about the processes underlying these changes. Engaging in positive social interaction is associated with many health benefits, including reduced stress reactivity, and may serve as a potential buffer against adverse consequences of aging. The goal of these studies was to establish a… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.exger.2016.01.012

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@article{Perkins2016AWM, title={A working model for the assessment of disruptions in social behavior among aged rats: The role of sex differences, social recognition, and sensorimotor processes.}, author={Amy E. Perkins and Tamara L. Doremus-Fitzwater and Robert L Spencer and Elena I. Varlinskaya and Melissa M. Conti and Christopher M. Bishop and Terrence Deak}, journal={Experimental gerontology}, year={2016}, volume={76}, pages={46-57} }