This is a continuous performance test used to assess attentional processes and impulse control.
A form of Pavlovian conditioning used to investigate the rewarding effects associated with drugs of abuse.
An adaption of the elevated plus maze and the light/dark box as a robust and versatile measure of anxiety and exploratory behaviours in aquatic and terrestrial organisms.
This assay uses a mirror stimuli and close proximity to mirror as a validated measure of aggressive behaviours in zebrafish.
Uses vertical distribution in a novel environment as a validated behavioural test for assessing 'anxiety-like' behaviours.
This protocol is for assessing the associative learning and memory of zebrafish.
In this protocol, we outline two simple social preference assays for zebrafish adults or larvae.
Discrimination reversal learning paradigms are used to study behavioural flexibility.
A protocol for measuring anxiety-like behaviour based on the natural exploratory behaviour of rodents vs aversion to brightly illuminated areas.
This is an unconditioned behavioural test used to assess exploratory behaviour and spatial working memory function. One paradigm described here is the Spontaneous Alternation Test.
This assay exploits the innate behaviour of Drosophila to climb in order to measure locomotor ability/behaviour.