Prototype 5-choice serial reaction time apparatus for zebrafish behaviour analysis

Made:
2011 in London
maker:
Queen Mary University of London

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Prototype 5-choice serial reaction time apparatus for automated analysis of impulse control of behaviour in zebrafish, including pipette used to supply food reward (brine shrimp). Developed at Queen Mary, University of London, by Caroline Brennan and Matthew Parker (School of Biological and Chemical Sciences), and Chris Straw, Dennis Ife, and Jun Ma (School of Engineering and Materials Science), 2011.

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Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2014-431
Materials:
acrylic, metal (unknown), polypropylene
type:
prototype - object genre
taxonomy:
credit:
Queen Mary University of London; Brennan, Caroline
status:
Permanent collection

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