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39th Annual European Brain and Behaviour Society Abstracts

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The EUROPEAN BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR SOCIETY has held its 39th Annual General Meeting in Trieste, in the campus next tothe Miramare castle and its park, co-hosted by SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies, and ICTP, the Abdus SalamInternational Centre for Theoretical Physics. Alessandro Treves (SISSA) was the head and inspiration of the Local Organizingcommittee, supported by P. Battaglini, L. Chelazzi, M. Diamond and G. Vallortigara. All approaches relating brain and behaviourwere represented at the meeting, which aimed to further expand the wide spectrum of previous EBBS AGMs, and to bring togetherintegrative, system, cognitive, computational neuroscientists.

See also the societies home page: http://www.ebbs-science.org/.

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Total length of trajectory path. Note difference between 10-th day when character of moving arena had changed and remainexperimental days.
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fig117-2: Total length of trajectory path. Note difference between 10-th day when character of moving arena had changed and remainexperimental days.

Mentions: In first part of experiment rats were trained to avoid moving sector inside the stable arena designated by object movingwith the external ring. Number of entrances (Figure 1) was 30.4 (SEM = 1.3) in day 1. Second day animals significantlydecreased number of entrances to 21.7 (SEM = 1.3, p = 0.014), this behavior remain stable in all experimental days. In day 8 was object removed and rats avoided only moving sector alone. Generally we didn't found no changeof ability to avoid the sector with or without denoted of object, number of entrances 23.7 didn't changed (SEM = 1.4, p = 0.71 for day 7 to day 8). Next experimental day 9 object were returned again to the external ring. On last experimental day 10 were character of arena movement changed. Moving object became stable in room and in opposite, innerarena with rat had been rotated. Behavior notably changed, number of entrances statistically decreased in comparison toall days to 10.1 (SEM = 2.7, p = 0.002 for day 1 to day 10, p = 0.004 for day 7 to day 10). We also found statistically significant differences in total path length (Figure 2) between last 10 to all days (p = 0.008 for day 1 to day 10, p = 0.00001 for day 7 to day 10).


39th Annual European Brain and Behaviour Society Abstracts
Total length of trajectory path. Note difference between 10-th day when character of moving arena had changed and remainexperimental days.
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fig117-2: Total length of trajectory path. Note difference between 10-th day when character of moving arena had changed and remainexperimental days.
Mentions: In first part of experiment rats were trained to avoid moving sector inside the stable arena designated by object movingwith the external ring. Number of entrances (Figure 1) was 30.4 (SEM = 1.3) in day 1. Second day animals significantlydecreased number of entrances to 21.7 (SEM = 1.3, p = 0.014), this behavior remain stable in all experimental days. In day 8 was object removed and rats avoided only moving sector alone. Generally we didn't found no changeof ability to avoid the sector with or without denoted of object, number of entrances 23.7 didn't changed (SEM = 1.4, p = 0.71 for day 7 to day 8). Next experimental day 9 object were returned again to the external ring. On last experimental day 10 were character of arena movement changed. Moving object became stable in room and in opposite, innerarena with rat had been rotated. Behavior notably changed, number of entrances statistically decreased in comparison toall days to 10.1 (SEM = 2.7, p = 0.002 for day 1 to day 10, p = 0.004 for day 7 to day 10). We also found statistically significant differences in total path length (Figure 2) between last 10 to all days (p = 0.008 for day 1 to day 10, p = 0.00001 for day 7 to day 10).

View Article: PubMed Central

ABSTRACT

The EUROPEAN BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR SOCIETY has held its 39th Annual General Meeting in Trieste, in the campus next tothe Miramare castle and its park, co-hosted by SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies, and ICTP, the Abdus SalamInternational Centre for Theoretical Physics. Alessandro Treves (SISSA) was the head and inspiration of the Local Organizingcommittee, supported by P. Battaglini, L. Chelazzi, M. Diamond and G. Vallortigara. All approaches relating brain and behaviourwere represented at the meeting, which aimed to further expand the wide spectrum of previous EBBS AGMs, and to bring togetherintegrative, system, cognitive, computational neuroscientists.

See also the societies home page: http://www.ebbs-science.org/.

No MeSH data available.