Sex dimorphisms in the rate of age-related decline in spatial memory: relevance to alterations in the estrous cycle.

@article{Markowska1999SexDI,
  title={Sex dimorphisms in the rate of age-related decline in spatial memory: relevance to alterations in the estrous cycle.},
  author={Alicja L. Markowska},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={19 18},
  pages={
          8122-33
        }
}
The present experiments demonstrate the existence of sex differences in the rate of development and the magnitude of age-dependent impairments in cognitive and sensorimotor abilities. Although no sex differences were found in spatial reference memory at a young age, the mnemonic ability of female rats deteriorated more rapidly than that of male rats. A major drop in reference memory of the females occurred at the age of 12 months, whereas in the males the onset of impairments occurred later, at… CONTINUE READING

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