DBscorer

DBscorer

The forced swim test (FST) and tail suspension test (TST) are highly validated measures of depressive-like behavior in rodents that have both been used for decades to screen for antidepressant drugs. They have also found use in evaluating the non-motor symptoms of...
COMPASS

COMPASS

Sleep and circadian rhythm disruptions are common to many conditions and are associated with negative consequences such as cognitive impairment and metabolic dysfunction. Though sleep is highly relevant to many areas of behavioral research, measurements are rarely...
OORTT

OORTT

  One of the most reliable metrics for cognitive efficiency is the speed with which information is processed. This is most commonly evaluated via an assessment of reaction times. Reaction times are affected by aging, fatigue, and a variety of neurological...

PiRATeMC

  Deep learning approaches have provided quantitative measurements of pose estimation and behavior tracking, though the quality and consistency of these results are dependent on the camera system. Commercially available cameras are often used; while these cameras...
PAWS

PAWS

  Pre-clinical measurements of internal pain states have traditionally depended on the manual scoring of reflexive paw withdrawal in response to noxious stimuli. This approach, however, struggles to differentiate whether the withdrawal is actually motivated by...