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CSU cognitive neuroscience: The effect of oxytocin on the formation, expression and inhibition of fear memories

Charles Sturt University
Dr Andrew Delaney (Aggregated by)
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During the study phase (2014-2019), there may be academic embargos, ethics approvals with specific conditions, copyright restrictions, intellectual property restrictions, under which data can be shared.

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From October 2014 for five years, the data will be in the private research domain as the core research team, across two universities, undertake the research. From end 2019 once the study is complete, the data will be made open (mediated by the research team) and will be advertised as open (mediated access agreements).

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School of Biomedical Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Orange NSW 2800

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Data collection is electrophysiology recordings made from acute brain slice preparations from rats and pictures of immunohistochemically labeled brain tissue from rats.

Data is currently 200GB in size and is expected to grow 1 TB/year for 5 years until 2019.

Data is collected as part of research funded by NHMRC and ARC national competitive project grants, as well as an ARC Australian Post-doctoral Fellowship.

The data within the collection can be used to address a range of questions related to: Fear formation, Fear expression, Reduction of fear memories, Fear extinction learning, Diet-related changes to anxiety and depression.

Created: 2014 to 2019

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