Modeling fear-conditioned bradycardia in humans

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Castegnetti, Giuseppe; Tzovara, Athina; Staib, Matthias; Paulus, Philipp C.; Hofer, Nicolas; Bach, Dominik R.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
  • Journal: volume 53,issue 6,pages930-939issn: 0048-5772, eissn: 1540-5958
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4869680, doi: 10.1111/psyp.12637
  • Subject: Delay conditioning | Original Article | Trace conditioning | Skin conductance | Original Articles | Psychophysiological model | Delay conditioning, Heart period, Psychophysiological model, Skin conductance, Trace conditioning | Heart period

Abstract Across species, cued fear conditioning is a common experimental paradigm to investigate aversive Pavlovian learning. While fear‐conditioned stimuli (CS+) elicit overt behavior in many mammals, this is not the case in humans. Typically, autonomic nervous system ... View more
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