Anxiety and otovestibular disorders: Linking behavioral phenotypes in men and mice

  title={Anxiety and otovestibular disorders: Linking behavioral phenotypes in men and mice},
  author={A. Kalueff and K. Ishikawa and A. Griffith},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  • A. Kalueff, K. Ishikawa, A. Griffith
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Behavioural Brain Research
  • Human anxiety and vestibular disorders have long been known to co-occur. Paralleling human clinical and non-clinical data, mounting genetic, pharmacological and behavioral evidence confirms that animal anxiety interplays and co-exists with vestibular/balance deficits. However, relatively few animal models have addressed the nature of this relationship. This paper examines side-by-side human psychiatric and otovestibular phenotypes with animal experimentation data, and outlines future directions… CONTINUE READING
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