The V maze is a type of maze commonly used to study spatial memory and learning in animals, particularly monkeys. In a V maze task, a monkey must navigate from the start of the maze to a food reward located at the end of one of two arms, choosing the correct arm based on prior experience or visual cues. This task is used to assess the monkey’s ability to recall and use spatial information to make decisions and has provided valuable insights into the neural basis of memory and learning.
The V Maze is a behavioral apparatus used to assess acoustic preferences in monkeys.
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