Talk:Animal models of depression

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Why an orphan?[edit]

This page looks pretty useful and well cited, so why is it an orphan? I did notice that lots of the information is located on other pages such as: Open Field (animal test), Forced swim test, Tail suspension test, Morris water navigation task, and Animal_model. I think much of the information here can be distributed amongst other pages, and summarized on the general animal model page in the behavior science section. Or maybe all the other pages could re-direct here, except that several of these protocols are used for more than depression modeling. In any event I'll add this to some projects. --MTHarden (talk) 13:08, 26 April 2011 (UTC)