Searching for Biological Markers of Personality: Are There Neuroendocrine Markers of Anxiety?

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Armario García, Antonio; Nadal i Alemany, Roser;
(2013)
  • Publisher: InTech
  • Subject: Estrès

The existence of stable individual differences in cognitive and emotional capabilities both in animals and humans is well-accepted. The theories of personality assume that such individual differences can be categorized and that the richness of individual differences in ... View more
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