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effect of forced activity on the maze performance of white rats

Wendell Lafon Gray

effect of forced activity on the maze performance of white rats

by Wendell Lafon Gray

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Published in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal intelligence.,
  • Rats.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMaze performance of white rats.
    Statementby Wendell L. Gray.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL785 .G7 1933
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, p. 475-512, 1 l.
    Number of Pages512
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6355887M
    LC Control Number37017830
    OCLC/WorldCa9600713

      And maybe — just maybe — all the rats would finally find their way out of the frustrating maze. Just saying. • 15 March Wayne Curtis is a contributing editor to The Atlantic and the author of And a Bottle of Rum: A History of the New World in Ten Cocktails.   The aim of the study is to investigate the effect of ladostigil, a cholinesterase and brain-selective monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor, on anxiogenic and depressive-like behaviour and the response of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis to stress in prenatally stressed (PS) male and female rats. Ladostigil (17 mg/kg/day) was administered daily for 6 weeks to control and PS rats aged Cited by:

    The Maze Runner Summary So there's this kid who wakes up in an elevator with no memory of his past other than the fact that his name is Thomas. When it the elevator doors open, he is pulled into a huge glade by a bunch of teenage boys who also have no memories besides what they should be called. Elliott () studied the effects of ppm of sodium fluoride added to a standard laboratory diet on the ability of rats to learn a multiple T-maze. No differences were attributable to the added fluoride either in time taken to run the maze or in errors made while learning it.

    Y Maze Spontaneous Alternation is a behavioral test for measuring the willingness of rodents to explore new environments. Rodents typically prefer to investigate a new arm of the maze rather than returning to one that was previously visited. Many parts of the brain--including the hippocampus, septum, basal forebrain, and prefrontal cortex--are. He initiated the experiment by exposing a genetically diverse group of rats to the maze, labeling those who made the fewest errors “bright”, and those with the most errors “dull”. Tryon then mated the “bright” males with “bright” females, and “dull” males with “dull” females.


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Effect of forced activity on the maze performance of white rats by Wendell Lafon Gray Download PDF EPUB FB2

We have studied the effect of an environmental enrichment (EE) protocol in adult Wistar rats on the activity in the elevated zero-maze (EZM), performance in the radial-arm water maze (RAWM) and we. Performance of "maze-bright" and "maze-dull" rats on an automated visual discrimination task1 HAL MARKOWI1Z2 and JAMES M.

SORRELLS, JR., University of California, Berkeley, Calif. Twenty-five descendants of the Berkeley S 1 and S 3 strains of animals were tested in an automated discrimination apparatus with shock as by: 3. Comparing Learning Speed of new Mazes in Rats with and without Prior Maze Learning Experience.

and maze performance in rats White rats which had learned one maze with punishment for errors. The rat’s performance improved and within 9 days of training, all rats were reliably picking a normal of more than seven unique arms inside the initial eight decisions.

The abnormal state of exactness even on the initial 9 days of training recommends that the rats were inclined not to rehash their decisions in this circumstance.

In the forced alternation task, α-CaMKII+/- mice showed a lower percentage of correct responses than control mice. Thus, the mutant mice displayed impaired performance compared to the control mice in this task. This result is consistent with the previous findings obtained in the eight-arm radial maze test Cited by: with the name of “the effect of the introduction of reward upon the maze performance of rats” in the same year.

Then, Tolman also did equalling experiments and developed studies in this field and mentioned Blodgett as the creator of the term “latent learning.” Tolman also stated in his articleFile Size: KB. Effect of exercise on dopamine D 2 receptor expression in the striatum of spontaneous hypertensive rats.

Western blot analysis results of dopamine D 2 receptor expression in the striatum were presented in Fig. When the Control group band density was expressed asdensitometry values were ± in the ADHD group, ± in Cited by: The multiple T-maze is a complex maze made of many T-junctions. Performance in the multiple T-maze is easy to measure because each intersection is identical and has a clear right or wrong answer.

The multiple T-maze is also quite challenging for rats. What kinds of questions can you ask with a multiple T-maze. no difference is found in the study, but wild rats are in truth better maze learners. in order to generalize from results obtained in a sample to the population as a whole.

the sample must be representative of the population. Quasi-experiments usually have less control over extraneous variables than experiments.

was an experiment conducted on rats at a research facility in America. They were selected based on their performance on a standard maze activity then inter-bred to produce the best and worst rat populations in completing the maze tasks.

The maze bright rats could navigate the maze without any real problem whereas the maze dull rats would find the entire experiment near impossible. The effect lasted unchanged for 24 hours after the end of the music lessons but the precise duration of the enhancement was not further explored.

The longer duration of the effects than in previous reports was attributed to the length of exposure to music and the greater plasticity of the young by:   Maze Rats Character Creation Questing Beast. Loading Unsubscribe from Questing Beast. OSR DnD Book Review - Duration: Questing Be views.

The present experiment sought to determine the effect of an eight-week, high antioxidant, whole-foods dietary supplement on Morris Water Maze performance in early and late middle-aged female rats. To improve ecological validity over past experimental studies, rats in the current study received antioxidants by consuming freeze-dried organic strawberries and spinach rather than by being given Cited by: 5.

the fire by publishing a book by that title. The book actually only devotes two and a half pages. 3 Mozart effect only applies to certain “spatial-temporal tasks” (Rauscher and Shaw).

Upon re-analyzing their original study, they found that while subject’s scores on the activity, so that he or she will do better.

Maze Rats is an old-school RPG in the tradition of ODnD. It uses a 2d6 system, and features lightning-fast character generation and more random. However, the response to stress is remarkably variable depending on numerous factors, such as the physical health and the mental state at the time of exposure.

Here a chronic mild stress (CMS) protocol was used to assess the effect of high-fat diet (HFD)-induced obesity on response to stress in a rat by: The effect of lessening the drive upon performance by white rats in a maze: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 25(2) AprBruto, V., & Anisman, H.

Alterations of exploratory patterns induced by uncontrollable shock: Behavioral & Neural Biology Vol 37(2) MarPerformance in the Morris water maze in rats that had been casted or left uncasted for 10 days immediately after MCAO or sham surgery.

A, Neither MCAO nor early overuse had an effect on latency to find the hidden platform (main effect of group NS). All animals learned to find the platform (main effect of time F 3,57 =, PCited by:   Rats that received whole-brain irradiation and, following irradiation, were forced to perform exercise showed a significant amelioration of the impaired neurogenesis and cognition.

The morphological and functional changes in hippocampus produced by exercise likely depend on the contribution of different factors, including the enhancement of Cited by:   Co-administration of THC and MDMA rendered the rats incapable of completing either maze task such that the performance deficit could not be confidently interpreted as a mnemonic by:.

But after Wilson checked the rats' brain activity while sleeping, he found nearly identical brain patterns in dreaming and waking states.

"At that point, it was kind of like a lightning bolt," he.A rat learns to navigate a complex maze to get a piece of food. The argument can be made that: the rat learned the correct responses in order to navigate the maze successfully the rat learned to find the place where the food was located both of the above neither of the above.J.B.

Watson, Learning and the Lab Rat. The position that human behaviour could be explained entirely terms of reflexes, stimulus-response associations, and the effects of reinforcers upon them entirely excluding 'mental' terms like desires, goals and so on was taken up by John Broadhus Watson in his book 'Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology.'.