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Orientierungsvermögen bei Mäusen - Versuche im Hochlabyrinth

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Title Orientierungsvermögen bei Mäusen - Versuche im Hochlabyrinth
Alternative Title Sense of Orientation in Mice - Experiments in an Elevated Labyrinth
Author Koehler, Otto
License CC Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 3.0 Germany:
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DOI 10.3203/IWF/B-635
IWF Signature B 635
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1953
Language Silent film
Producer Otto Koehler
Universität Freiburg, Zoologisches Institut
Production Year 1951

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, 50 m ; SW, 6 min

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Subject Area Life Sciences
Abstract Hausmäuse beim Kennenlernen eines Hochlabyrinths mit drei "falschen Schlüsseln": Falltürchen, Duftspur und Echo im Raum. Neues Lernen bei Wegfall einer der Hilfen. Nach drei Monaten fehlerfreies Belaufen des Labyrinths. Bei Veränderung von Winkeln, Weglänge und Drehsinn fehlerfreies Passieren sowohl bei sehenden als auch bei blinden Mäusen. Aufgenommen mit 16 B/s; Vorführgeschw. 18 B/s.
The first scene in the film shows a mouse learning a labyrinth route with the aid of three `skeleton-keys` : drop shutters, scent trails trails, and echo effects. As each of these was removed, the mouse had to learn anew. In scene 2 (after 3 months) is covers the route without a mistake, all three aids having been removed. When angles (scene 3 and 4), path lengths (scene 5), and direction of turns (mirror-invertede, sence 6) were changed, both blind and seeing mice (subsequent scene) covered the route nearly without error straightaway, without having to learn anew : in the training labyrinth they had learned the "Gestalt" of theright way as transposable as, for instance, the letters of our alphabet.
Keywords Maus / Hausmaus
Hausmaus
Mus Musculus
Orientierungsvermögen / Labyrinthversuch
Lernen / Mammalia
experimentelle Verhaltensforschung / Rodentia
experimental behaviour research / Rodentia
learning / Mammalia
orientation / labyrinth
Mus Musculus
mouse / house mouse
house mouse

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