Open-source touch-screen for rodent behavioral testing

Mar 9, 2018

O’Leary and colleagues describe an open-source touch-screen for rodent behavioral testing. The manuscript is well documented and includes all of the parts needed to build the system on your own. Very useful methods for testing cognitive function and relating findings across species (rodents, primates, humans). Congrats to the authors on setting a high standard for open-source neuroscience!

Paper

O’Leary, J.D., O’Leary, O.F., Cryan, J.F. et al. Behav Res (2018). 
 https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-018-1030-y

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