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Figure S1 Mean number of completed trials and mean response time analysis between AJ and DBA/2 mouse strains in the training and test phases of the delayed reinforcement task. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM of (A) mean number of completed trials during each 30 min session and (B) mean waiting spontaneous time during ITI before initiating a new trial (A/J n = 12, DBA/2 n = 12). *, values from DBA/2 mice that are significantly different (P < 0.05) from A/J mice.

Figure S2 Evaluation of the effects of JWH133 on the mean number of completed trials and mean response time parameters between JWH133-treated and vehicle groups in the training and test phases of the delayed reinforcement task. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM of (A) the mean number of completed trials during each 30 min session and (B) the mean waiting spontaneous time during ITI before initiating a new trial (vehicle group: n = 8; JWH133 groups (0.5, 1 and 3 mg·kg−1): n = 8).

Figure S3 Evaluation of the effects of AM630 on the mean number of completed trials and mean response time parameters between AM630-treated and vehicle groups in the training and test phases of the delayed reinforcement task. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM of (A) mean number of completed trials during each 30 min session and (B) mean waiting spontaneous time during ITI before initiate a new trial (vehicle group: n = 8; AM630 groups (1, 2 and 3 mg·kg−1): n = 8). **, values from DBA/2 AM630 2 mg·kg−1 treated mice significantly different (P < 0.05) from the vehicle group.

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