Contextual Fear Conditioning

In contextual fear conditioning, mice learn to pair an unconditioned context with an aversive context.  The freezing response of the mouse is monitored to assess the extent to which the unconditioned stimulus is paired with the aversive context. This test is a measure of both anxiety and cognition (learning and memory).

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