Radial arm maze performance of mice: acquisition and atropine effects.

  title={Radial arm maze performance of mice: acquisition and atropine effects.},
  author={Alan R. Levy and Przemysław Kluge and Timothy F. Elsmore},
  journal={Behavioral and neural biology},
  volume={39 2},
CD-1 mice were successfully trained in a six-arm radial maze in which half of the arms were baited, a procedure which had been used to differentiate between reference and working memory. Stable performance was achieved following eight daily training sessions, as measured by decreasing running time and number of errors. This finding strengthens the foraging hypothesis as a basis for the performance of rodents in the radial maze. Acute subcutaneous administration of the cholinergic antagonist… CONTINUE READING

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