The impact of social stress during adolescence or adulthood and coping strategy on cognitive function of female rats

@article{Snyder2015TheIO,
  title={The impact of social stress during adolescence or adulthood and coping strategy on cognitive function of female rats},
  author={Kevin A. Snyder and Mark Barry and Zachary M. Plona and Andrew Chinpeng Ho and Rita J Valentino},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={286},
  pages={175-183}
}
The age of stressor exposure can determine its neurobehavioral impact. For example, exposure of adolescent male rats to resident-intruder stress impairs cognitive flexibility in adulthood. The current study examined the impact of this stressor in female rats. Rats were exposed to resident-intruder stress during early adolescence (EA), mid-adolescence (MA) or adulthood (Adult). They were tested in an operant strategy-shifting task for side discrimination (SD), reversal learning (REV) and… CONTINUE READING
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