The Multiple T-maze is used to perform spatial learning and memory-based investigations on rodents. It consists of four T mazes surrounded by a return rail to create a lap-based task. The return rail is provided with feeders on both sides to store food rewards that act as stimuli for the subject.
The apparatus is built by joining multiple T-Mazes in a longitudinally form providing an advanced decision-making field to the subject. The apparatus tests the decision-making behavior and the memory of the subject while navigating through the T mazes and the associated path in pursuit of food.
Mazeengineers offer the Multiple T-Maze.