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For Ͼ15 generations, CD1 mice have been selectively and bidirectionally bred for either high-anxiety-related behavior (HAB-M) or low-anxiety-related behavior (LAB-M) on the elevated plus-maze. Independent of gender, HAB-M were more anxious than LAB-M animals in a variety of additional tests, including those reflecting risk assessment behaviors and ultrasound vocalization, with unselected CD1 "normal" control (NAB-M) and cross-mated (CM-M) mice displaying intermediate behavioral scores in mostdoi:10.1523/jneurosci.0115-05.2005 pmid:15858064 fatcat:o52e6bov55glzojdndkd6lgtdq