Operant Conditioning is a well documented and researched area of research since its introduction by B.F. Skinner in 1937. However, many scientists now want to go beyond the traditional measures such as nose‐poke, lever‐press, eating, drinking, etc. and study activity before or after specific events. This is difficult due to the restrictions of testing inside of an operant chamber. ChamberScan solves this problem by introducing video analysis to observe animal behavior inside the chamber for a more comprehensive look at autoshaping, drug addiction, reinforcement, punishment, extinction etc.

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