In this section, we explore the different models used for recreating complex behaviors. These complex behaviors are differentiated by the presence of a key cognitive component. Although all models in animal research are complex in their own regard, here we cover particularly challenging topics such as creativity, genius, music, and more.
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- Neurological Disease Models: Browse through the various rodent models which are specifically used to model neurological diseases. Featured topics range from seizures to PTSD to depression.
- Non-Neurological Disease Models: Non-neurological diseases can also affect behaviors. Here, we highlight the many non-neurological disease models used in neuroscience research.
- Animal Models: See how different types of animals, like sheep and pigs, are used in animal research and what they can teach us about behavioral neuroscience.
- Mouse Ethogram: A comprehensive resource that lists detailed information profiling all known mouse behaviors, including information on pharmaceutical studies, disease models, and different mouse strains that display the behavior in focus.