Choice ball: a response interface for two-choice psychometric discrimination in head-fixed mice.

@article{Sanders2012ChoiceBA,
  title={Choice ball: a response interface for two-choice psychometric discrimination in head-fixed mice.},
  author={Joshua I. Sanders and Adam Kepecs},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={108 12},
  pages={3416-23}
}
The mouse is an important model system for investigating the neural circuits mediating behavior. Because of advances in imaging and optogenetic methods, head-fixed mouse preparations provide an unparalleled opportunity to observe and control neural circuits. To investigate how neural circuits produce behavior, these methods need to be paired with equally well-controlled and monitored behavioral paradigms. Here, we introduce the choice ball, a response device that enables two-alternative forced… CONTINUE READING
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