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    1. Czeh, B; Stuchlik, A; Wesierska, M; Cimadevilla, JM; Pokorny, J; Seress, L; Bures, J
      Effect of neonatal dentate gyrus lesion on allothetic and idiothetic navigation in rats

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    2. Carman, HM; Mactutus, CF
      Ontogeny of spatial navigation in rats: A role for response requirements?

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Skinner, DM; Martin, GM; Scanlon, CJ; Thorpe, CM; Barry, J; Evans, JH; Harley, CW
      A two-platform task reveals a deficit in the ability of rats to return to the start location in the water maze

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Rondi-Reig, L; Lemaigre-Dubreuil, Y; Montecot, C; Muller, D; Martinou, JC; Caston, J; Mariani, J
      Transgenic mice with neuronal overexpression of BCL-2 gene present navigation disabilites in a water task

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Olvera-Cortes, E; Barajas-Perez, M; Morales-Villagran, A; Gonzalez-Burgos, I
      Cerebral serotonin depletion induces egocentric learning improvement in developing rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Robinson, L; Bridge, H; Riedel, G
      Visual discrimination learning in the water maze: a novel test for visual acuity

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Olaman, SJ; McNaughton, N
      Chlordiazepoxide specifically impairs nonspatial reference memory in the cued radial arm maze in rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    8. Wolfer, DP; Madani, R; Valenti, P; Lipp, HP
      Extended analysis of path data from mutant mice using the public domain software Wintrack

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    9. Morris, RGM; Kelly, S; Burney, D; Anthony, T; Boyer, PA; Spedding, M
      Tianeptine and its enantiomers: effects on spatial memory in rats with medial septum lesions

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    10. Stuchlik, A; Fenton, AA; Bures, J
      Substratal idiothetic navigation of rats is impaired by removal or devaluation of extramaze and intramaze cues

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    11. Fujita, H; Zhang, B; Sato, K; Tanaka, J; Sakanaka, M
      Expressions of neuropilin-1, neuropilin-2 and semaphorin 3A mRNA in the rat brain after middle cerebral artery occlusion

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Okaichi, Y; Okaichi, H
      Effects of glucose on scopolamine-induced learning deficits in rats performing the Morris water maze task

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    13. Brandner, C; Vantini, G; Schenk, F
      Enhanced visuospatial memory following intracerebroventricular administration of nerve growth factor

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    14. Foster, DJ; Morris, RGM; Dayan, P
      A model of hippocampally dependent navigation, using the temporal difference learning rule

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    15. Tuinstra, T; Verheij, M; Willemen, A; Iking, J; Heeren, DJ; Cools, AR
      Retrieval of spatial information in nijmegen high and low responders: Involvement of beta-adrenergic mechanisms in the nucleus accumbens

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Wang, BM; Lai, H
      Acute exposure to pulsed 2450-MHz microwaves affects water-maze performance of rats

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    17. Janus, C; D'Amelio, S; Amitay, O; Chishti, MA; Strome, R; Fraser, P; Carlson, GA; Roder, JC; St George-Hyslop, P; Westaway, D
      Spatial learning in transgenic mice expressing human presenilin 1 (PS1) transgenes

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    18. Chapillon, P; Debouzie, A
      BALB/c mice are not so bad in the Morris water maze

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Rossier, J; Haeberli, C; Schenk, F
      Auditory cues support place navigation in rats when associated with a visual cue

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Cain, DP; Ighanian, K; Boon, F
      Individual and combined manipulation of muscarinic, NMDA, and benzodiazepine receptor activity in the water maze task: implications for a rat model of Alzheimer dementia

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Brandner, C; Vantini, G; Schenk, F
      Postnatal intracerebroventricular administrations of NGF alter spatial memory in adulthood

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Pearce, JM; Roberts, ADL; Redhead, ES; Prados, J
      The influence of passive preexposure on escape from a Morris pool

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    23. Rossier, R; Grobety, MC; Schenk, F
      Spatial learning by rats across visually disconnected environments

      ANIMAL LEARNING & BEHAVIOR
    24. Almli, CR; Levy, TJ; Han, BH; Shah, AR; Gidday, JM; Holtzman, DM
      BDNF protects against spatial memory deficits following neonatal hypoxia-ischemia

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    25. Ricceri, L; Colozza, C; Calamandrei, G
      Ontogeny of spatial discrimination in mice: A longitudinal analysis in themodified open-field with objects

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    26. Maguire, EA; Burgess, N; O'Keefe, J
      Human spatial navigation: cognitive maps, sexual dimorphism, and neural substrates

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    27. Cimadevilla, JM; Gonzalez-Pardo, H; Lopez, L; Diaz, F; Cueto, EG; Garcia-Moreno, LM; Arias, JL
      Sex-related differences in spatial learning during the early postnatal development of the rat

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    28. Chapillon, P
      Very brief exposure to visual distal cues is sufficient for young mice to navigate in the Morris water maze

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    29. Stancampiano, R; Cocco, S; Cugusi, C; Sarais, L; Fadda, F
      Serotonin and acetylcholine release response in the rat hippocampus duringa spatial memory task

      NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Wright, JW; Stubley, L; Pederson, ES; Kramar, EA; Hanesworth, JM; Harding, JW
      Contributions of the brain angiotensin IV-AT(4) receptor subtype system tospatial learning

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Warburton, EC; Aggleton, JP
      Differential deficits in the Morris water maze following cytotoxic lesionsof the anterior thalamus and fornix transection

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. Commins, S; Gemmell, C; Anderson, M; Gigg, J; O'Mara, SM
      Disorientation combined with bilateral parietal cortex lesions causes pathintegration deficits in the water maze

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. Santin, LJ; Rubio, S; Begega, A; Arias, JL
      Effects of mammillary body lesions on spatial reference and working memorytasks

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Devan, BD; McDonald, RJ; White, NM
      Effects of medial and lateral caudate-putamen lesions on place- and cue-guided behaviors in the water maze: relation to thigmotaxis

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    35. Prados, J; Chamizo, VD; Mackintosh, NJ
      Latent inhibition and perceptual learning in a swimming-pool navigation task

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    36. Vicens, P; Bernal, MC; Carrasco, MC; Redolat, R
      Previous training in the water maze: Differential effects in NMRI and C57BL mice

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    37. Espinoza, S; Pinto-Hamuy, T; Passig, C; Carreno, F; Marchant, F; Urzua, C
      Deficit in the water-maze after lesions in the anteromedial extrastriate cortex in rats

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    38. Leggio, MG; Neri, P; Graziano, A; Mandolesi, L; Molinari, M; Petrosini, L
      Cerebellar contribution to spatial event processing: characterization of procedural learning

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Yoganarasimha, D; Meti, BL
      Amelioration of fornix lesion induced learning deficits by self-stimulation rewarding experience

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Koroleva, VI; Korolev, OS; Mares, V; Pastalkova, E; Bures, J
      Hippocampal damage induced by carbon monoxide poisoning and spreading depression is alleviated by chronic treatment with brain derived polypeptides

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. ERIKSSON P; FREDRIKSSON A
      NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS IN ADULT MICE NEONATALLY EXPOSED TO 3,3'4,4'5-PENTACHLOROBIPHENYL OR 2,3,3'4,4'-PENTACHLOROBIPHENYL - CHANGES IN BRAIN NICOTINIC RECEPTORS AND BEHAVIOR

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    42. WHISHAW IQ
      SPATIAL-MAPPING TAKES TIME

      Hippocampus
    43. SOHAL VS; HASSELMO ME
      GABA(B) MODULATION IMPROVES SEQUENCE DISAMBIGUATION IN COMPUTATIONAL MODELS OF HIPPOCAMPAL REGION CA3

      Hippocampus
    44. Czeh, B; Seress, L; Nadel, L; Bures, J
      Lateralized fascia dentata lesion and blockade of one hippocampus: Effect on spatial memory in rats

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    45. Belzung, C; Dubreuil, D
      Naloxone potentiates the anxiolytic but not the amnestic action of chlordiazepoxide in C57BL/6 mice

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    46. PRINS ML; HOVDA DA
      TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN THE DEVELOPING RAT - EFFECTS OF MATURATION ON MORRIS WATER MAZE ACQUISITION

      Journal of neurotrauma
    47. PRADOS J; TROBALON JB
      LOCATING AN INVISIBLE GOAL IN A WATER MAZE REQUIRES AT LEAST 2 LANDMARKS

      Psychobiology
    48. LONG JM; KESNER RP
      EFFECTS OF HIPPOCAMPAL AND PARIETAL CORTEX LESIONS ON MEMORY FOR EGOCENTRIC DISTANCE AND SPATIAL LOCATION INFORMATION IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    49. BENHAMOU S; POUCET B
      LANDMARK USE BY NAVIGATING RATS (RATTUS-NORVEGICUS) - CONTRASTING GEOMETRIC AND FEATURAL INFORMATION

      Journal of comparative psychology
    50. PAROCZAI M; KISS B; KARPATI E
      EFFECT OF RGH-2716 ON LEARNING AND MEMORY DEFICITS OF YOUNG AND AGED RATS IN WATER-LABYRINTH

      Brain research bulletin
    51. PETROSINI L; LEGGIO MG; MOLINARI M
      THE CEREBELLUM IN THE SPATIAL PROBLEM-SOLVING - A CO-STAR OR A GUEST STAR

      Progress in neurobiology
    52. LAI H; CARINO MA; USHIJIMA I
      ACUTE EXPOSURE TO A 60 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD AFFECTS RATS WATER-MAZE PERFORMANCE

      Bioelectromagnetics
    53. HODGES H; KATZUNG N; SOWINSKI P; HOPEWELL JW; WILKINSON JH; BYWATERS T; REZVANI M
      LATE BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF LOCAL BRAIN IRRADIATION IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    54. CAIN DP
      TESTING THE NMDA, LONG-TERM POTENTIATION, AND CHOLINERGIC HYPOTHESES OF SPATIAL-LEARNING

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    55. MARIGHETTO A; YEE BK; RAWLINS JNP
      THE EFFECTS OF CYTOTOXIC ENTORHINAL LESIONS AND ELECTROLYTIC MEDIAL SEPTAL-LESIONS ON THE ACQUISITION AND RETENTION OF A SPATIAL WORKING-MEMORY TASK

      Experimental Brain Research
    56. ALTEMUS KL; ALMLI CR
      NEONATAL HIPPOCAMPAL DAMAGE IN RATS - LONG-TERM SPATIAL MEMORY DEFICITS AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH MAGNITUDE OF HIPPOCAMPAL DAMAGE

      Hippocampus
    57. MCMAHAN RW; SOBEL TJ; BAXTER MG
      SELECTIVE IMMUNOLESIONS OF HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC INPUT FAIL TO IMPAIR SPATIAL WORKING-MEMORY

      Hippocampus
    58. MATTHEWS DB; BEST PJ
      EVIDENCE FOR THE FLEXIBLE USE OF SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE RAT

      Psychobiology
    59. KEITH JR; GALIZIO M
      ACQUISITION IN THE MORRIS SWIM TASK IS IMPAIRED BY A BENZODIAZEPINE BUT NOT AN NMDA ANTAGONIST - A NEW PROCEDURE FOR DISTINGUISHING ACQUISITION AND PERFORMANCE EFFECTS

      Psychobiology
    60. HOH TE; CAIN DP
      FRACTIONATING THE NONSPATIAL PRETRAINING EFFECT IN THE WATER MAZE TASK

      Behavioral neuroscience
    61. LOGUE SE; PAYLOR R; WEHNER JM
      HIPPOCAMPAL-LESIONS CAUSE LEARNING-DEFICITS IN INBRED MICE IN THE MORRIS WATER MAZE AND CONDITIONED-FEAR TASK

      Behavioral neuroscience
    62. BENHAMOU S
      ON SYSTEMS OF REFERENCE INVOLVED IN SPATIAL MEMORY

      Behavioural processes
    63. KAMINSKY Y; KREKULE I
      APPLICATION OF COMPUTER-CONTROLLED, REAL-TIME TV SINGLE-OBJECT TRACKING IN BEHAVIORAL BIOLOGY AND REHABILITATION-MEDICINE

      Physiologia bohemoslovaca
    64. SCHENK F; GROBETY MC; GAFNER M
      SPATIAL-LEARNING BY RATS ACROSS VISUALLY DISCONNECTED ENVIRONMENTS

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative andphysiological psychology
    65. BAXTER MG; HOLLAND PC; GALLAGHER M
      DISRUPTION OF DECREMENTS IN CONDITIONED-STIMULUS PROCESSING BY SELECTIVE REMOVAL OF HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC INPUT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    66. WHISHAW IQ; TOMIE JA
      PILOTING AND DEAD RECKONING DISSOCIATED BY FIMBRIA-FORNIX LESIONS IN A RAT FOOD CARRYING TASK

      Behavioural brain research
    67. BEIKO J; CANDUSSO L; CAIN DP
      THE EFFECT OF NONSPATIAL WATER MAZE PRETRAINING IN RATS SUBJECTED TO SEROTONIN DEPLETION AND MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM - A DETAILED BEHAVIORAL-ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL PERFORMANCE

      Behavioural brain research
    68. FONG TG; NEFF NH; HADJICONSTANTINOU M
      GM1 GANGLIOSIDE IMPROVES SPATIAL-LEARNING AND MEMORY OF AGED RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    69. DEBRUIN JPC; SWINKELS WAM; DEBRABANDER JM
      RESPONSE LEARNING OF RATS IN A MORRIS WATER MAZE - INVOLVEMENT OF THEMEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX

      Behavioural brain research
    70. CAIN DP; SAUCIER D; BOON F
      TESTING HYPOTHESES OF SPATIAL-LEARNING - THE ROLE OF NMDA RECEPTORS AND NMDA-MEDIATED LONG-TERM POTENTIATION

      Behavioural brain research
    71. CARLI M; LUSCHI R; SAMANIN R
      DOSE-RELATED IMPAIRMENT OF SPATIAL-LEARNING BY INTRAHIPPOCAMPAL SCOPOLAMINE - ANTAGONISM BY ONDANSETRON, A 5-HT3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Behavioural brain research
    72. WONG PTH; NEO LH; TEO WL; FENG H; XUE YD; LOKE WH
      DEFICITS IN WATER ESCAPE PERFORMANCE AND ALTERATIONS IN HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC MECHANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH NEONATAL MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE TREATMENT IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    73. MCNAUGHTON N
      COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION RESULTING FROM HIPPOCAMPAL HYPERACTIVITY - A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF ANXIETY DISORDER

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    74. SAVE E
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF VISUAL AND INERTIAL MECHANISMS TO NAVIGATION IN TOTAL DARKNESS

      Animal learning & behavior
    75. JANIS LS; GLASIER MM; STEIN DG
      EFFECTS OF A SINGLE INTRASEPTAL INJECTION OF NGF ON SPATIAL-LEARNING IN THE WATER MAZE

      Physiology & behavior
    76. ALYAN S; JANDER R
      EXPLORATION IS SUFFICIENT BUT NOT NECESSARY FOR NAVIGATION WITH LANDMARKS IN THE HOUSE MOUSE (MUS MUSCULUS)

      Learning and motivation
    77. BROWN RW; KRAEMER PJ
      ONTOGENIC DIFFERENCES IN RETENTION OF SPATIAL-LEARNING TESTED WITH THE MORRIS WATER MAZE

      Developmental psychobiology
    78. PAN WX; MCNAUGHTON N
      THE MEDIAL SUPRAMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS, SPATIAL-LEARNING AND THE FREQUENCY OF HIPPOCAMPAL THETA-ACTIVITY

      Brain research
    79. CAIN DP
      PRIOR NONSPATIAL PRETRAINING ELIMINATES SENSORIMOTOR DISTURBANCES ANDIMPAIRMENTS IN WATER MAZE-LEARNING CAUSED BY DIAZEPAM

      Psychopharmacology
    80. ERIKSSON P; FREDRIKSSON A
      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY OF 4 ORTHO-SUBSTITUTED POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS IN THE NEONATAL MOUSE

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    81. DEVAN BD; GOAD EH; PETRI HL
      DISSOCIATION OF HIPPOCAMPAL AND STRIATAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO SPATIAL NAVIGATION IN THE WATER MAZE

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    82. OKAICHI H
      EFFECTS OF FIMBRIA-FORNIX LESIONS ON DOOR DISCRIMINATION AND ROUTE CHOICE IN A LATTICE MAZE BY RATS

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    83. PETROSINI L; MOLINARI M; DELLANNA ME
      CEREBELLAR CONTRIBUTION TO SPATIAL EVENT PROCESSING - MORRIS WATER MAZE AND T-MAZE

      European journal of neuroscience
    84. HODGES H
      MAZE PROCEDURES - THE RADIAL-ARM AND WATER MAZE COMPARED

      Cognitive brain research
    85. ACUFFSMITH KD; SCHILLING MA; FISHER JE; VORHEES CV
      STAGE-SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF PRENATAL D-METHAMPHETAMINE EXPOSURE ON BEHAVIORAL AND EYE DEVELOPMENT IN RATS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    86. LONG JM; KESNER RP
      THE EFFECTS OF DORSAL VERSUS VENTRAL HIPPOCAMPAL, TOTAL HIPPOCAMPAL, AND PARIETAL CORTEX LESIONS ON MEMORY FOR ALLOCENTRIC DISTANCE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    87. SHEN JM; BARNES CA; WENK GL; MCNAUGHTON BL
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE IMMUNOTOXIC LESIONS OF MEDIAL SEPTAL CHOLINERGIC CELLS ON SPATIAL WORKING AND REFERENCE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    88. BAXTER MG; GALLAGHER M
      INTACT SPATIAL-LEARNING IN BOTH YOUNG AND AGED RATS FOLLOWING SELECTIVE REMOVAL OF HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC INPUT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    89. SAUCIER D; HARGREAVES EL; BOON F; VANDERWOLF CH; CAIN DP
      DETAILED BEHAVIORAL-ANALYSIS OF WATER MAZE ACQUISITION UNDER SYSTEMICNMDA OR MUSCARINIC ANTAGONISM - NONSPATIAL PRETRAINING ELIMINATES SPATIAL-LEARNING DEFICITS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    90. BECKER CG; ARTOLA A; GERARDYSCHAHN R; DECKER T; WELZL H; SCHACHNER M
      THE POLYSIALIC ACID MODIFICATION OF THE NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULEIS INVOLVED IN SPATIAL-LEARNING AND HIPPOCAMPAL LONG-TERM POTENTIATION

      Journal of neuroscience research
    91. GASBARRI A; SULLI A; INNOCENZI R; PACITTI C; BRIONI JD
      SPATIAL MEMORY IMPAIRMENT INDUCED BY LESION OF THE MESOHIPPOCAMPAL DOPAMINERGIC SYSTEM IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    92. HODGES H; SOWINSKI P; FLEMING P; KERSHAW TR; SINDEN JD; MELDRUM BS; GRAY JA
      CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF FETAL CA1 AND CA3 HIPPOCAMPAL GRAFTS ON DEFICITS IN SPATIAL-LEARNING AND WORKING-MEMORY INDUCED BY GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN RATS

      Neuroscience
    93. SAVE E; GRANON S; BUHOT MC; THINUSBLANC C
      EFFECTS OF LIMITATIONS ON THE USE OF SOME VISUAL AND KINESTHETIC INFORMATION IN SPATIAL-MAPPING DURING EXPLORATION IN THE RAT

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative andphysiological psychology
    94. ARAMI S; JUCKER M; SCHACHNER M; WELZL H
      THE EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS INTRAVENTRICULAR INFUSION OF L1 AND NCAM ANTIBODIES ON SPATIAL-LEARNING IN RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    95. MOGHADDAM M; BURES J
      CONTRIBUTION OF EGOCENTRIC SPATIAL MEMORY TO PLACE NAVIGATION OF RATSIN THE MORRIS WATER MAZE

      Behavioural brain research
    96. DIXON CE; BAO JL; LONG DA; HAYES RL
      REDUCED EVOKED RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE RODENT HIPPOCAMPUS FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    97. KOHLER EC; RITERS LV; CHAVES L; BINGMAN VP
      THE MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE ANTAGONIST SCOPOLAMINE IMPAIRS SHORT-DISTANCE HOMING PIGEON NAVIGATION

      Physiology & behavior
    98. NOONAN M; PENQUE M; AXELROD S
      SEPTAL-LESIONS IMPAIR RATS MORRIS TEST-PERFORMANCE BUT FACILITATE LEFT-RIGHT RESPONSE DIFFERENTIATION

      Physiology & behavior
    99. AROLFO MP; TINARI RJ; RAMIREZ OA
      EQUIVALENT PERFORMANCE IN THE WATER MAZE BY RATS WITH AN INBORN HIGH OR LOW LEARNING-CAPACITY IN A SHUTTLE BOX PARADIGM

      Physiology & behavior
    100. JOYAL CC; MEYER C; JACQUART G; MAHLER P; CASTON J; LALONDE R
      EFFECTS OF MIDLINE AND LATERAL CEREBELLAR LESIONS ON MOTOR COORDINATION AND SPATIAL ORIENTATION

      Brain research


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