'Return to home cage' as a reward for maze learning in young and old genetically heterogeneous mice.

Abstract

Recent studies have shown that 'return to home cage' can serve as a reward for maze learning in adult male mice. The present study examined whether the same reward is an effective motivator of learning in young and old mice and included females in the study design. We tested 25- and 65-d-old HS mice and 85- and 800-d-old B6D2F2 mice in a Lashley III maze… (More)

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@article{Blizard2006ReturnTH, title={'Return to home cage' as a reward for maze learning in young and old genetically heterogeneous mice.}, author={David A. Blizard and Viola K Weinheimer and Laura Cousino Klein and Stephen A. Petrill and Rachel B Cohen and Gerald E. McClearn}, journal={Comparative medicine}, year={2006}, volume={56 3}, pages={196-201} }