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human behavior research
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Interaction between children and their parents is a classical study object in developmental psychology, pediatrics, and child psychiatry.
By using video and audio recordings in education and training, students and educators can receive, and benefit from, direct feedback.
Mental disorders research
Research on mental disorders is vital to improve early diagnosis and treatment. Learn more about our solutions for mental disorders research.
Researchers in this field aim to understand the brain mechanisms supporting cognitive and social behavior in humans.
Simulation in healthcare
The healthcare industry is an ever-changing field that requires extensive skills and training for its professionals.
UX research focuses on discovering and understanding behaviors, needs, and motivations of users.
Usability testing allows you to find flaws or improvements in your products.
How does technology influence consumption behavior and lifestyle and how can this technology change behavior?
Consumer behavior research
Observational research and behavioral mapping is becoming more and more popular in consumer behavior research studies.
Neuromarketing research is the research area that studies neurological responses in relation to a certain stimuli, such as an ad or commercial.
Uncover respondents’ unique behavioral patterns, as naturally as possible, and turn them into actionable results.
Innovative solutions for
animal behavior research
Animal behavior research can involve a wide range of animal species and research subjects.
For example, rodents, zebrafish, wildlife animals, insects, and livestock animals can provide important insights into functions, causes, development and evolution of behaviors.
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Research on rodents
Home cage & welfare monitoring
Testing animals in their home cage has several key advantages: it eliminates stress of new surroundings and allows for longer testing periods, for example.
Anxiety, fear & depression
Many psychiatric illnesses are depression- or anxiety-related disorders. Behavioral tests with rodents are crucial to get insights on the underlying mechanisms and eventually find new treatments.
Rodent gait analysis
Gait analysis: the study of animal locomotion to learn more about several neurological disorders and lesions.
Cognition & memory
Cognition and memory studies are invaluable in research areas such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s disease.
Social interaction test
The study of social interaction can be done in a variety of set-ups, all having one thing in common: the study of behaviors between two or more animals.
Optogenetics is a method to specifically activate or even inhibit small groups of neurons with light.
Fear conditioning and other learning tasks in rodents are typical in a wide range of studies, including neuropharmacological studies.
Several types of seizures are studied preclinically to investigate origin, neurological pathways, and possible treatments.
Ataxia & Cerebellar function
Ataxia is a lack of coordination in movement. It can have a variety of causes and is a symptom of a range of disorders.
Zebrafish video tracking
Video tracking recognizes your zebrafish (adult or larva) from a live video feed or video file and is able to track its movement or activity.
Screening compounds benefits greatly from 96-well plate setups, as this allows for high-throughput testing.
Stress & anxiety research
Studies using zebrafish models for fear and anxiety related disorders and behavior often focus on bottom dwelling and tank diving.
Zebrafish larvae activity research
Larvae activity patterns can reveal information on stereotypic and epileptic behaviors, circadian rhythmicity, movement disorders, and much more.
Social behavior in zebrafish
Zebrafish are an interesting model for studying psychiatric disorders that affect social behavior, such as schizophrenia and autism.
Optogenetics in zebrafish
Application of optogenetic stimulation in zebrafish larvae does not require fiber optics, but it does require the correct wavelength (color) of light.
The aquatic cross maze is a multifunctional maze for zebrafish learning, memory testing, and social preference.
The behavior of insects is studied for a number of reasons. Fruit flies have a fairly similar genetic makeup to our human genome, and mosquitos are studied to improve malaria prevention.
Social behavior studies
Social behavior studies are important for the field of animal behavior research. Gain insights into animal social behavior.
The open field test is a straight-forward test to investigate activity, anxiety-related and exploratory behavior of rodents.
Operant conditioning is a learning test used in animal studies to either reinforce or diminish (extinct) certain behaviors.
Radial arm maze
The radial arm maze is test for spatial / working / reference learning and memory in rats and mice, for several sophisticated test protocols.
Morris water maze
The Morris water maze task is a popular and well-validated test for spatial learning: most-used behavioral test in neuroscience research.
The sociability cage is designed to test the social behavior or social memory of one individual towards others.
Forced swim test
The (Porsolt) forced swim test, also known as the behavioral despair test, is used to test for depression-like behavior in both mice and rats.
Elevated plus maze
The elevated plus maze is a well-characterized behavioral paradigm, one of the most used tests for anxiety research.
The Y-maze is, similar to the T-maze, a test to investigate spatial learning and memory. Specifically designed for testing rats or mice.
The T-maze task is an investigation of spatial learning and memory. Subsequently, reversal learning or retention can be investigated.
The Barnes maze is a paradigm to study spatial learning and memory. It consists of a circular table with holes around the circumference.
The elevated zero maze is very similar to the elevated plus maze, but lacks a center square. Gives an indication of anxiety versus exploration.
The Agora maze is a new sociability test, that diagnoses social recognition deficits.
The light-dark box is used to test the unconditioned anxiety response of rats or mice.