Flight behaviour in humans is intensified by a candidate genetic risk factor for panic disorder: evidence from a translational model of fear and anxiety

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Perkins, A. M. ; Ettinger, U. ; Williams, S. C. R. ; Reuter, M. ; Hennig, J. ; Corr, P. J. (2011)
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