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- Wallace, D.G., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Behavioural processes 2019 v.162 pp. 29-38
- heading; information sources; interspecific variation; mice; neurophysiology; rats
- ... Spatial orientation is a ubiquitous feature of animal behavior. Environmental and self-movement cues are sources of information used to maintain spatial orientation. The literature has typically focused on differences between mice and rats using environmental cues to guide movement. The current study uses the organization of exploratory behavior under dark conditions to investigate species differe ...