Data from: Perinatal and juvenile social environments interact to shape cognitive behaviour and neural phenotype in prairie voles

George S. Prounis, Lauren Foley, Asad Rehman & Alexander G. Ophir
Social environments experienced at different developmental stages profoundly shape adult behavioural and neural phenotypes, and may have important interactive effects. We asked if social experience before and after weaning influenced adult social cognition in male prairie voles. Animals were raised either with or without fathers and then either housed singly or in sibling pairs. Males that were socially deprived before (fatherless) and after (singly housed) weaning did not demonstrate social recognition or dissociate spatial from...
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