Three-Chamber Sociability Test

The Three-Chamber Sociability Test is used to measure social approach behaviour in mice. After adaptation to the three-chamber arena, a mouse is released into the middle chamber and allowed to explore other compartments. In the adjacent compartments an object or a docile stimulus mouse is situated in a mesh-wire container. The tendency to approach or avoid the compartment with the stimulus mouse provides a measure of sociability.

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