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Mazes are used in psychology to study spatial memory

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BooksEdit

  • Bartley, S. H. (1950). Directional orientation in mazes. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
  • Foster, W. S. (1923). Habit formation in the maze. Ny: Henry Holt and Company.



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  • Aflalo, T. N., & Graziano, M. S. A. (2008). Four-dimensional spatial reasoning in humans: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance Vol 34(5) Oct 2008, 1066-1077.
  • Ainge, J. A., Tamosiunaite, M., Woergoetter, F., & Dudchenko, P. A. (2007). Hippocampal CA1 place cells encode intended destination on a maze with multiple choice points: Journal of Neuroscience Vol 27(36) Sep 2007, 9769-9779.
  • Aitken, D. H., & Meaney, M. J. (1989). Temporally graded, age-related impairments in spatial memory in the rat: Neurobiology of Aging Vol 10(3) May-Jun 1989, 273-276.
  • Allee, W. C., & Masure, R. H. (1936). A comparison of maze behavior in paired and isolated shell-parrakeets (Melopsittacus undulatus Shaw) in a two-alley problem box: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 22(1) Aug 1936, 131-155.
  • Ammassari-Teule, M., Milhaud, J. M., Passino, E., Restivo, L., & Lassalle, J.-M. (1999). Defective processing of contextual information may be involved in the poor performance of DBA/2 mice in spatial tasks: Behavior Genetics Vol 29(4) Jul 1999, 283-289.
  • Anderson, W., Kunce, J., & Baxter, J. (1962). Maze score and job performance in psychiatric patients: Journal of Counseling Psychology Vol 9(2) Sum 1962, 173-175.
  • Apanasenko, Z. I., Kuznetsova, M. A., & Korotkova, V. Y. (1986). Behavioral reactions of animals exposed to space flight effects during prenatal development: Kosmicheskaya Biologiya i Aviakosmicheskaya Meditsina Vol 20(4) Jul-Aug 1986, 55-60.
  • Ardoin, S. P., Witt, J. C., Suldo, S. M., Connell, J. E., Koenig, J. L., Resetar, J. L., et al. (2004). Examining the Incremental Benefits of Administering a Maze and Three Versus One Curriculum-Based Measurement Reading Probes When Conducting Universal Screening: School Psychology Review Vol 33(2) 2004, 218-233.
  • Baiz, Y., & Galvis, C. M. (1974). A new type of maze: Revista Latinoamericana de Psicologia Vol 6(2) 1974, 235-238.
  • Ballachey, E. L. (1934). Variations in maze length as a factor influencing rate of learning in the white rat: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 17(1) Feb 1934, 23-45.
  • Ballachey, E. L., & Buel, J. (1934). Centrifugal swing as a determinant of choice-point behavior in the maze running of the white rat: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 17(2) Apr 1934, 201-223.
  • Bannerman, D. M., Deacon, R. M. J., Offen, S., Friswell, J., Grubb, M., & Rawlins, J. N. P. (2002). Double dissociation of function within the hippocampus: Spatial memory and hyponeophagia: Behavioral Neuroscience Vol 116(5) Oct 2002, 884-901.
  • Barense, M. D., Fox, M. T., & Baxter, M. G. (2002). Aged rats are impaired on an attentional set-shifting task sensitive to medial frontal cortex damage in young rats: Learning & Memory Vol 9(4) Jul-Aug 2002, 191-201.
  • Barton, J. W. (1921). Smaller vs. Larger Units in Learning the Maze: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 4(6) Dec 1921, 418-429.
  • Becker, G. (1989). Attributextreatment interaction analysis of the processes underlying food orientation in the double runway: Journal of General Psychology Vol 116(1) Jan 1989, 73-90.
  • Bedore, L. M., Fiestas, C. E., Pena, E. D., & Nagy, V. J. (2006). Cross-language comparisons of maze use in Spanish and English in functionally monolingual and bilingual children: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition Vol 9(3) Nov 2006, 233-247.
  • Bendig, A. W., & Braun, H. W. (1951). The influence of the genotype on the retention of a maze habit in the rat following electroshock convulsions: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 44(2) Apr 1951, 112-117.
  • Benton, A. L., Elithorn, A., Fogel, M. L., & Kerr, M. (1963). A perceptual maze test sensitive to brain damage: Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 26(6) 1963, 540-544.
  • Bernard, J. (1941). A note on non-informative shock: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 29(5) Nov 1941, 407-412.
  • Bernhardt, K. S. (1934). The effect of vitamin B deficiency during nursing on subsequent learning in the rat: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 17(1) Feb 1934, 123-148.
  • Bernstein, A. S. (1964). The significance of personal, pre-experimental response preferences for experimental learning: Journal of General Psychology 71(1) 1964, 103-113.
  • Berscheid, E. S. (1979). Review of Blind mazes: A study of love: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 24 (8), Aug, 1979.
  • Bert, B., Fink, H., Sohr, R., & Rex, A. (2001). Different effects of diazepam in Fischer rats and two stocks of Wistar rats in tests of anxiety: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior Vol 70(2-3) Oct-Nov 2001, 411-420.
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  • Bingham, W. E., & Griffiths, W. J., Jr. (1952). The effect of different environments during infancy on adult behavior in the rat: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 45(4) Aug 1952, 307-312.
  • Black, R. W. (1965). Discrimination learning as a function of varying pairs of sucrose rewards: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 70(5) Nov 1965, 452-458.
  • Blair, W. C. (1958). The effects of cranial X radiation on maze acquisition in rats: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 51(2) Apr 1958, 175-177.
  • Blednov, Y. A., Stoffel, M., Chang, S. R., & Harris, R. A. (2001). GIRK2 deficient mice: Evidence for hyperactivity and reduced anxiety: Physiology & Behavior Vol 74(1-2) Sep 2001, 109-117.
  • Blodgett, H. C., & McCutchan, K. (1946). Place learning and anticipation. I. Anticipation as failure of place discrimination: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 39(6) Dec 1946, 351-357.
  • Blodgett, H. C., & McCutchan, K. (1947). Kalish's report on the non-correction method and the delayed response problem: a correction: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 40(1) Feb 1947, 13.
  • Bokhov, B. B., & Shpaer, Y. Y. (1975). The rat's geocentric orientation in a state of sensory conflict: Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR im I M Sechenova Vol 61(3) Mar 1975, 368-374.
  • Bolles, R. C., & De Lorge, J. (1962). Exploration in a Dashiell maze as a function of prior deprivation, current deprivation, and sex: Canadian Journal of Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie Vol 16(3) 1962, 221-227.
  • Bouchon, R., & Will, B. (1983). Effects of post-weaning environment and apparatus dimension on spontaneous alternation as a function of phenotype in "dwarf" mice: Physiology & Behavior Vol 30(2) Feb 1983, 213-219.
  • Bousfield, W. A., & Nowlis, V. (1945). The construction of a punch maze: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 35(4) Aug 1945, 330-333.
  • Braun, H. W., Russell, R. W., & Patton, R. A. (1949). Duration of effects of electroshock convulsions on retention of a maze habit in white rats: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 42(4) Aug 1949, 332-337.
  • Bremner, J. G., & Andreasen, G. (1998). Young children's ability to use maps and models to find ways in novel spaces: British Journal of Developmental Psychology Vol 16(2) Jun 1998, 197-218.
  • Bresnahan, E. L., Wiser, P. R., Muth, N. J., & Ingram, D. K. (1992). Delayed matching-to-sample performance by rats in a new avoidance-motivated maze: Response to scopolamine and fimbria-fornix lesions: Physiology & Behavior Vol 51(4) Apr 1992, 735-746.
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  • Brogden, W. J., & Schmidt, R. E. (1954). Acquisition of a 24-unit verbal maze as a function of number of alternate choices per unit: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 48(5) Nov 1954, 335-338.
  • Brogden, W. J., & Schmidt, R. E. (1954). Effect of number of choices per unit of a verbal maze on learning and serial position errors: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 47(4) Apr 1954, 235-240.
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  • Brown, W., & Buel, J. (1940). Response tendencies and maze patterns as determiners of choices in a maze: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 29(3) Jun 1940, 337-399.
  • Brown, W. L., & Dalrymple, H. B. (1951). The effects of intra-maze delay. 6. Different extra-maze cues between anterior and posterior sections: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 44(6) Dec 1951, 604-607.
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  • Brown, W. L., Gentry, G., & Bosworth, L. L. (1949). The effects of intra-maze delay: 4. A gap in the maze: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 42(3) Jun 1949, 182-191.
  • Brown, W. L., & Sjoberg, W. E., Jr. (1950). The effects of intra-maze delay. V. Tetanizing shock during various intervals of delay: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 43(4) Aug 1950, 272-280.
  • Brown-Chidsey, R., Johnson, P., Jr., & Femstrom, R. (2005). Comparison of Grade-Level Controlled and Literature- Based Maze CBM Reading Passages: School Psychology Review Vol 34(3) 2005, 387-394.
  • Bruce, R. H. (1938). The effect of lessening the drive upon performance by white rats in a maze: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 25(2) Apr 1938, 225-248.
  • Bruto, V., & Anisman, H. (1983). Alterations of exploratory patterns induced by uncontrollable shock: Behavioral & Neural Biology Vol 37(2) Mar 1983, 302-316.
  • Buel, J. (1935). Differential errors in animal mazes: Psychological Bulletin Vol 32(1) Jan 1935, 67-99.
  • Buel, J., & Ballachey, E. L. (1935). Limiting factors in the effect of the reward upon the distribution of errors in mazes: Psychological Review Vol 42(1) Jan 1935, 28-42.
  • Bull, E. J., Hutson, P. H., & Fone, K. C. F. (2004). Decreased social behaviour following 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) is accompanied by changes in 5-HT-sub(2A) receptor responsivity: Neuropharmacology Vol 46(2) Feb 2004, 202-210.
  • Bunch, M. E. (1939). Transfer of training in the mastery of an antagonistic habit after varying intervals of time: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 28(2) Oct 1939, 189-200.
  • Bunch, M. E. (1946). Retroactive inhibition or facilitation from interpolated learning as a function of time: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 39(5) Oct 1946, 287-291.
  • Bunch, M. E., Cole, A., & Frerichs, J. (1937). The influence of twenty-four hours of wakefulness upon the learning and retention of a maze problem in white rats: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 23(1) Feb 1937, 1-12.
  • Bunch, M. E., & Lang, E. S. (1939). The amount of transfer of training from partial learning after varying intervals of time: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 27(3) Jun 1939, 449-459.
  • Bunch, M. E., & Magdsick, W. K. (1933). The retention in rats of an incompletely learned maze solution for short intervals of time: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 16(3) Dec 1933, 385-409.
  • Bunch, M. E., & Mueller, C. G. (1941). The influence of metrazol upon maze learning ability: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 32(3) Dec 1941, 569-574.
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  • Caldwell, W. E., & Jones, H. B. (1954). Some positive results on a modified Tolman and Honzik insight maze: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 47(5) Oct 1954, 416-418.
  • Calvin, A. D., & Williams, C. M. (1956). Simultaneous and successive discrimination in a single-unit hollow-square maze: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 52(1) Jul 1956, 47-50.
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  • Carr, H. (1917). Maze studies with the white rat: Journal of Animal Behavior Vol 7(4) Jul-Aug 1917, 259-275.
  • Carr, H. (1921). The Influence of Visual Guidance in Maze Learning: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 4(6) Dec 1921, 399-417.
  • Carr, H. A. (1926). The reliability of the maze experiment: Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 6(1) Feb 1926, 85-93.
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  • Chase, W. P. (1934). The role of kinesthesis in ideational maze learning: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 17(3) Jun 1934, 424-438.
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  • Cook, T. W. (1938). Whole and four part learning thirty-two unit spider mazes: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 22(5) May 1938, 439-450.
  • Cook, T. W. (1939). Repetitive pattern in whole and part learning the spider maze: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 24(5) May 1939, 530-541.
  • Cook, T. W. (1944). Factors in massed and distributed practice: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 34(4) Aug 1944, 325-334.
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  • Crafts, L. W., & Gilbert, R. W. (1935). The effect of knowledge of results on maze learning and retention: Journal of Educational Psychology Vol 26(3) Mar 1935, 177-187.
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  • D'Amato, M. R. (1961). Transfer of an early-acquired brightness discrimination from bar pressing to a Y maze: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 54(5) Oct 1961, 548-551.
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