CognitionWallReversal Learning (Cognitive Flexibility)

In contrast to the CognitionWall™ discrimination learning test, the CognitionWall™ reversal learning test involves rewarding the mice with food when they choose to pass through one of the switched three entrances, representing reversal. The rate at which the mouse gains a relative preference for the newly rewarded entrance is used as a measure of reversal learning.

Most commonly used in combination with:

  • Neuropsychiatric models

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