Trial-unique, delayed nonmatching-to-location (TUNL) touchscreen testing for mice: sensitivity to dorsal hippocampal dysfunction

@inproceedings{Kim2015TrialuniqueDN,
  title={Trial-unique, delayed nonmatching-to-location (TUNL) touchscreen testing for mice: sensitivity to dorsal hippocampal dysfunction},
  author={Chi Hun Kim and Carola Romberg and Martha Hvoslef-Eide and Charlotte A. Oomen and Adam C. Mar and Christopher J. Heath and Andr{\'e}e-Anne Berthiaume and Timothy J. Bussey and Lisa M. Saksida},
  booktitle={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2015}
}
The hippocampus is implicated in many of the cognitive impairments observed in conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and schizophrenia (SCZ). Often, mice are the species of choice for models of these diseases and the study of the relationship between brain and behaviour more generally. Thus, automated and efficient hippocampal-sensitive cognitive tests for the mouse are important for developing therapeutic targets for these diseases, and understanding brain-behaviour relationships. One… CONTINUE READING
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