Operant methods for mouse psychoacoustics.

@article{Klink2006OperantMF,
  title={Operant methods for mouse psychoacoustics.},
  author={Karin B. Klink and Garnet Bendig and Georg M. Klump},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2006},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={1-7}
}
Tone detection thresholds for a 10-kHz tone in NMRI mice were determined in psychoacoustic experiments using both a constant-stimuli procedure and a two-down/one-up adaptive-tracking procedure in the same subjects and applying identical threshold criteria (70.7% response probability). Constant-stimuli thresholds were on average 24 dB lower than adaptive-tracking thresholds, and there was a trend indicating that constant-stimuli thresholds were less variable than adaptive-tracking thresholds… CONTINUE READING
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