Corticolimbic catecholamines in stress: A computational model of the appraisal of controllability

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Fiore, Vincenzo G.; Mannella, Francesco; Mirolli, Marco; Latagliata, Emanuele Claudio; Valzania, Alessandro; Cabib, Simona; Dolan, Raymond J.; Puglisi-Allegra, Stefano; Baldassarre, Gianluca;
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Journal: volume 220,issue 3,pages1,339-1,353issn: 1863-2653, eissn: 1863-2661
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  • Subject: Neuroscience(all) | chronic stress; dopamine; cortical control; noradrenaline; animal model; appraisal | Original Article | Histology | Anatomy | Appraisal | Noradrenaline | Chronic stress | Animal model | Cortical control | Dopamine | .

Appraisal of a stressful situation and the possibility to control or avoid it is thought to involve frontal-cortical mechanisms. The precise mechanism underlying this appraisal and its translation into effective stress coping (the regulation of physiological and behavio... View more
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