Posters

Development and optimization of a touchscreen-based effort discounting task for evaluation of motivation in mice: effect of dopaminergic drugs *Poster presented at the European Behavioural Pharmacological Society (EBPS) (Crete, 2017). Abstract The rodent touchscreen apparatus has been widely used to examine rodent cognition and has recently been proposed as...

https://www.criver.com/sites/default/files/resource-files/SH-SFN-18-faster-responding-of-Tg2576-mice-in-the-touch-screen-version-of-the-progressive-ratio-task.pdf SfN 2018 Session 132 - Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias: APP/Abeta: Animal and Cellular Models II 132.15 / S10 - Faster responding of Tg2576 mice in the touch screen version of the progressive ratio task *T. T. AHTONIEMI1, J. P. JÄRVENPÄÄ1,2, M. KOPANITSA1,3, J. T. PUOLIVALI1; 1Charles River...

Presented at: 2nd International Touchscreen Symposium - April 22, 2020 Abstract: The variability in the symptomatology of depressive disorders and antidepressant treatment response has led to an increased interest in the molecular, cellular, and circuit mechanisms of many aspects of affect. Evidence suggests a reduction in adult...

Poster submitted to the 2nd International Touchscreen Symposium 2020 Tyler D. Dexter 1,2, Daniel Palmer3, Amy C. Reichelt 3,4, Lisa M. Saksida 1,3,4 Tim J. Bussey 1,3,4 1 Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, London, ON 2 Neuroscience Program, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, London,...

Sonia Sanchez-Bezanilla1,2, N. David Åberg3,4, Patricia Crock2,5, Frederick R. Walker1,2,6,7, Michael Nilsson1,2,6,7,8, Jörgen Isgaard1,3,4, Lin Kooi Ong1,2,6,9 1. School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy and the Priority Research Centre for Stroke and Brain Injury, The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia 2. Hunter Medical Research Institute, NSW, Australia 3....

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