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In this study, the well-characterized Alzheimer's disease CVN mouse model is analyzed for cognitive flexibility using touchscreen testing. The study showed that CVN mice made more errors and needed more correction trials compared to wild-type mice in the reverse visual discrimination tests. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) showed changes in brain metabolites, including myo-inositol and NAA, in CVN mice compared to wild-type mice.