Spatial memory: Theoretical basis and comparative review on experimental methods in rodents.

@article{Paul2009SpatialMT,
  title={Spatial memory: Theoretical basis and comparative review on experimental methods in rodents.},
  author={Carrillo-Mora Paul and Giordano Magda and Santamar{\'i}a Abel},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2009},
  volume={203 2},
  pages={151-64}
}
The assessment of learning and memory in animal models has been widely employed in scientific research for a long time. Among these models, those representing diseases with primary processes of affected memory - such as amnesia, dementia, brain aging, etc. - studies dealing with the toxic effects of specific drugs, and other exploring neurodevelopment, trauma, epilepsy and neuropsychiatric disorders, are often called on to employ these tools. There is a diversity of experimental methods… CONTINUE READING

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