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The Resource Mood and anxiety related phenotypes in mice : characterization using behavioral tests, Volume II, edited by Todd D. Gould

Mood and anxiety related phenotypes in mice : characterization using behavioral tests, Volume II, edited by Todd D. Gould

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Mood and anxiety related phenotypes in mice : characterization using behavioral tests, Volume II
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Mood and anxiety related phenotypes in mice
Title remainder
characterization using behavioral tests
Title number
Volume II
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edited by Todd D. Gould
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eng
Summary
Preclinical research related to mood and anxiety disorders relies extensively upon mouse behavioral tests and models, the use of which continues to increase as a greater number of underlying susceptibility genes are discovered, new targets for medications are identified, and clinical studies reveal novel neurobiological risk factors. Mood and Anxiety Related Phenotypes in Mice: Characterization Using Behavioral Tests, Volume II serves as a complement to the previous volume in order to offer a comprehensive resource for the behavioral approaches that are valuable for the characterization of mood and anxiety disorder-related behaviors in mice and the techniques that are utilized in the development of effective medications. As a collection presented in the Neuromethods series, each chapter provides a brief background and review of the test or model as well as a complete and up-to-date protocol narrative. Authoritative and comprehensive, Mood and Anxiety Related Phenotypes in Mice: Characterization Using Behavioral Tests, Volume II is an ideal resource for scientists actively pursuing or interested in establishing vital behavioral protocols in their laboratories
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English
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  • dictionaries
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  • Springer protocols
  • Neuromethods,
Series volume
63
Mood and anxiety related phenotypes in mice : characterization using behavioral tests, Volume II, edited by Todd D. Gould
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Mood and anxiety related phenotypes in mice : characterization using behavioral tests, Volume II, edited by Todd D. Gould
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Longitudinal assessment of deliberate mouse behavior in the home cage and attached environments: relevance to anxiety and mood disorder / Martien J. Kas [and others] -- Using behavioral patterns across species in mood disorder research / Jared W. Young and Mark A. Geyer -- Telemetry in mice: applications in studies of stress and anxiety disorders / Larry D. Sanford, Linghui Yang, and Laurie L. Wellman -- Modeling mouse anxiety and sensorimotor integration: neurobehavioral phenotypes in the Suok Test / Elisabeth Dow [and others] -- Assessment of social approach behavior in mice / Orsolya J. Kuti and Damon T. Page -- The mouse defense test battery: a model measuring different facets of anxiety-related behaviors / Guy Griebel and Sandra Beeske -- Novelty-suppressed feeding in the mouse / Benjamin Adam Samuels and Rene Hen -- The four-plate test in mice -- Martine Hascoet and Michel Bourin -- The Vogel punished drinking task as a bioassay of anxiety-like behavior of mice / Alicia A. Walf and Cheryl A. Frye -- A Vogel conflict test using food reinforcement in Mice / Jeffrey M. Witkin -- Fear conditioning and extinction as a model of PTSD in mice / Georgette M. Gafford and Kerry J. Ressler -- The "cut-off behavioral criteria" method: modeling clinical diagnostic criteria in animal studies of PTSD / Hagit Cohen, Michael A. Matar, and Joseph Zohar -- Measuring variations in maternal behavior: relevance for studies of mood and anxiety / Becca Frankcs, James P. Curley, and Frances A. Champagne -- Emotionality-related consequences of early weaning in mice and rats / Takefumi Kikusui -- Separation-induced depression in the mouse / Richard E. Brown, Alison L. Martin, and Rhian K. Gunn -- Induction of persistent depressive-like behavior by corticosterone / Shannon L. Gourley and Jane R. Taylor -- The olfactory bulbectomised mouse / Michelle Roche -- Differential-reinforcement-of-low-rate behavior in rodents as a screen for antidepressant efficacy / Lindsay M. Lueptow and James M. O'Donnell -- The Intracranial self-stimulation procedure provides quantitative measures of brain reward function / Astrid K. Stoker and Athina Markou -- The female urine sniffing test (FUST) of reward-seeking Behavior / Oz Malkesman -- Measuring impulsive choice behaviour in mice / Claire L. Dent and Anthony R. Isles -- Assessment of male sexual behavior in Mice / Jin Ho Park
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