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Effects of chronic stress on habituation and training performances in the dual 321 spatial/cued task. a) Number of visited cups over days of habituation in control and chronically stressed 322

Effects of chronic stress on habituation and training performances in the dual 321 spatial/cued task. a) Number of visited cups over days of habituation in control and chronically stressed 322

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It is now well-accepted that memory is a dynamic process, and that stress and training level may influence which memory system an individual engages when solving a task. In this work, we investigated whether and how chronic stress impacts spatial and cue-based memories according to training level. To that aim, control and chronically stressed Japan...

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... interaction days x stress: F4,140=1.11, p=0.35; Figure 2a). 308 ...
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... interaction days x stress: F4,140=0.93, p=0.45; Figure 2). 311 ...
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... p=0.73; interaction days x stress: F9,315=0.58, p=0.81; Figure 2b). 314 ...

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