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The Y-maze is a type of maze

Genetic basis of performance

Neurological correlates of performance

Neurochemical correlates of performance

Pharmacological manipulation

See also

References

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  • Cross, H. A., Boyer, W. N., & Anderson, C. (1964). Influence of reward experience and contemporary amount of reward in a Y-maze problem: Psychological Reports 15(3) 1964, 687-690.
  • Drew, W. G., Kostas, J., McFarland, D. J., & de Rossett, S. E. (1980). Continuous, spontaneous alternation in the rat: Influence of Y-maze arm times: Perceptual and Motor Skills Vol 51(2) Oct 1980, 359-369.
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