cognitive/behavioral endpoints: situational anxiety and locomotor activity (elevated plus maze test: e.g. time/number of entries in the open/closed arm, time spent in the central part, number of rearings; novel object exploration test: approach and manipulation), social anxiety: social interaction test and territoriality test (with a strange conspecific: aggressionbehaviour (e.g. attacking, biting, defending, dominant/subordinate position)); video recording
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