T-maze


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T-maze

(tē′māz′)
n. Psychology
A simple maze with one branch point, used for experimental studies of mice or other small animals. One arm of the maze leads to a reward, while the other is without an exit. Also called Y-maze.

[From its shape, resembling the letter T.]
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Contract notice: This Contract Is For The Supply, Delivery, Installation And Commissioning For Operation Of Equipment Specific To The Study Of Animal Behavior (Morris Water Maze, Y-Maze, T-Maze, Elevated More Maze Open Field, Rotarod Type Of System Of & Lt Maze; & Lt; Place Preference > & Gt ;, 2 Bedrooms Of Fear Conditioning And 4 Cages Operating) For The School Of Neurosciences Of The University Of Bordeaux.
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