In behavioral science, a T-maze (or the variant Y-maze) is a simple maze used in animal cognition experiments. It is shaped like the letter T (or Y), providing the subject, typically a rodent, with a straightforward choice. T-mazes are used to study how the rodents function with memory and spatial learning through applying various stimuli. These concepts of T-or Y mazes are used to assess rodent behavior. The different tasks, such as left-right discrimination and forced alternation, are mainly used with rodents to test reference and working memory.
|T MAZE SPECIFICATIONS|
|Inner Dimension||Outer Dimension|
|Mouse||(A) 24 "||(B) 3 "||(C) 10 "||(D) 5 "|
|Rat||(A) 36 "||(B) 4 "||(C) 16 "||(D) 10 "|
|Maze Color Options||Black or White|