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    1. Kocorowski, LH; Helmstetter, FJ
      Calcitonin gene-related peptide released within the amygdala is involved in pavlovian auditory fear conditioning

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    2. Sander, K; Scheich, H
      Auditory perception of laughing and crying activates human amygdala regardless of attentional state

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Villani, S
      Impact of media on children and adolescents: A 10-year review of the research

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    4. Poremba, A; Gabriel, M
      Amygdalar efferents initiate auditory thalamic discriminative training-induced neuronal activity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Grootendorst, J; de Kloet, ER; Vossen, C; Dalm, S; Oitzl, MS
      Repeated exposure to rats has persistent genotype-dependent effects on learning and locomotor activity of apolipoprotein E knockout and C57B1/6 mice

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Small, DM; Zatorre, RJ; Dagher, A; Evans, AC; Jones-Gotman, M
      Changes in brain activity related to eating chocolate - From pleasure to aversion

      BRAIN
    7. Ochsner, KN; Lieberman, MD
      The emergence of social cognitive neuroscience

      AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST
    8. Suinn, RM
      The terrible twos - Anger and anxiety - Hazardous to your health

      AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST
    9. Collins, DR; Pare, D
      Differential fear conditioning induces reciprocal changes in the sensory responses of lateral amygdala neurons to the CS+ and CS-

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    10. Kurylo, M; Gallant, S
      Hostility and cardiovascular reactivity in women during self-disclosure

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    11. Lee, IYM; Chien, WT; Mackenzie, AE
      Needs of families with a relative in a critical care unit in Hong Kong

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING
    12. Stroud, LR; Tanofsky-Kraff, M; Wilfley, DE; Salovey, P
      The Yale Interpersonal Stressor (YIPS): Affective, physiological, and behavioral responses to a novel interpersonal rejection paradigm

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    13. Piferi, RL; Lawler, KA
      Hostility and the cardiovascular reactivity of women during interpersonal confrontation

      WOMEN & HEALTH
    14. Johnston, LH; Carroll, D
      The psychological impact of injury: effects of prior sport and exercise involvement

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    15. Pare, D; Collins, DR
      Neuronal correlates of fear in the lateral amygdala: Multiple extracellular recordings in conscious cats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Cheung, M; Boutte-Queen, NM
      Emotional responses to child sexual abuse: A comparison between police andsocial workers in Hong Kong

      CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
    17. Smith, SL; Wilson, BJ
      Children's reactions to a television news story - The impact of video footage and proximity of the crime

      COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    18. Davis, MC; Matthews, KA; McGrath, CE
      Hostile attitudes predict elevated vascular resistance during interpersonal stress in men and women

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    19. Bohm, G; Pfister, HR
      Action tendencies and characteristics of environmental risks

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    20. McLaughlin, J; Powell, DA
      Pavlovian heart rate and jaw movement conditioning in the rabbit: Effects of medial prefrontal lesions

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    21. Suarez, EC; Harralson, TL
      Hostility-related differences in the associations between stress-induced physiological reactivity and lipid concentrations in young healthy women

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    22. Cheong, J; Nagoshi, CT
      Effects of sensation seeking, instruction set, and alcohol/placebo administration on aggressive behavior

      ALCOHOL
    23. Brashers, DE; Jackson, S
      Changing conceptions of "message effects" - A 24-year overview

      HUMAN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    24. Yu, YH; Blessing, WW
      Amygdala co-ordinates sudden falls in ear pinna blood flow in response to unconditioned salient stimuli in conscious rabbits

      NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Niikura, R
      The psychological process underlying Japanese assertive behavior: Comparison of Japanese with Americans, Malaysians and Filipinos

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
    26. Shearn, D; Spellman, L; Straley, B; Meirick, J; Stryker, K
      Empathic blushing in friends and strangers

      MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
    27. Smith, TW; Gallo, LC
      Hostility and cardiovascular reactivity during marital interaction

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    28. Muth, ER; Koch, KL; Stern, RM; Thayer, JF
      Effect of autonomic nervous system manipulations on gastric myoelectrical activity and emotional responses in healthy human subjects

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    29. Thomas, T; Tori, CD
      Sequelae of abortion and relinquishment of child custody among women with major psychiatric disorders

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    30. Cheng, MF; Chaiken, M; Zuo, M; Miller, H
      Nucleus taenia of the amygdala of birds: Anatomical and functional studiesin ring doves (Streptopelia risoria) and European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    31. TRONCOSO AC; CIRILO G; SANDER G; BRANDAO ML
      SIGNALED 2-WAY AVOIDANCE-LEARNING USING ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THEINFERIOR COLLICULUS AS NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT - EFFECTS OF VISUAL ANDAUDITORY CUES AS WARNING STIMULI

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    32. WESTBROOK RF; GOOD AJ; KIERNAN MJ
      MICROINJECTION OF MORPHINE INTO THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS IMPAIRS CONTEXTUAL LEARNING IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    33. POREMBA A; GABRIEL M
      MEDIAL GENICULATE LESIONS BLOCK AMYGDALAR AND CINGULOTHALAMIC LEARNING-RELATED NEURONAL-ACTIVITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    34. DEWIED M; HOFFMAN K; ROSKOSEWOLDSEN DR
      FOREWARNING OF GRAPHIC PORTRAYAL OF VIOLENCE AND THE EXPERIENCE OF SUSPENSEFUL DRAMA

      Cognition and emotion
    35. OCONNOR KN; ALLISON TL; ROSENFIELD ME; MOORE JW
      NEURAL ACTIVITY IN THE MEDIAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS DURING AUDITORY TRACE CONDITIONING

      Experimental Brain Research
    36. YOUNG BJ; LEATON RN
      AMYGDALA CENTRAL NUCLEUS LESIONS ATTENUATE ACOUSTIC STARTLE STIMULUS-EVOKED HEART-RATE CHANGES IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    37. MILLER SM; RODOLETZ M; SCHOREDER CM; MANGAN CE; SEDLACEK TV
      APPLICATIONS OF THE MONITORING PROCESS MODEL TO COPING WITH SEVERE LONG-TERM MEDICAL THREATS

      Health psychology
    38. POWELL DA; MAXWELL B; PENNEY J
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX DURING PAVLOVIAN EYEBLINK AND NICTITATING-MEMBRANE CONDITIONING

      The Journal of neuroscience
    39. AOYAMA K; OKAICHI H
      EFFECTS OF SHOCK EXPERIENCE ON AVERSIVENE SS CAUSED BY THE SCREAM OF OTHER RATS - OVERSHADOWING TESTS OF THE ASSOCIATION ASSUMPTION

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    40. PARE D; SMITH Y; PARE JF
      INTRA-AMYGDALOID PROJECTIONS OF THE BASOLATERAL AND BASOMEDIAL NUCLEIIN THE CAT - PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS-LEUKOAGGLUTININ ANTEROGRADE TRACING AT THE LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC LEVEL

      Neuroscience
    41. CAMPEAU S; DAVIS M
      INVOLVEMENT OF SUBCORTICAL AND CORTICAL AFFERENTS TO THE LATERAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA IN FEAR CONDITIONING MEASURED WITH FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE IN RATS TRAINED CONCURRENTLY WITH AUDITORY AND VISUAL CONDITIONED-STIMULI

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. OBRIEN M; BALTO K; ERBER S; GEE C
      COLLEGE-STUDENTS COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL-REACTIONS TO SIMULATED MARITAL AND FAMILY CONFLICT

      Cognitive therapy and research
    43. KAPP BS; SUPPLE WF; WHALEN PJ
      EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE AMYGDALOID CENTRAL NUCLEUS ON NEOCORTICAL AROUSAL IN THE RABBIT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    44. OTAKE K; REIS DJ; RUGGIERO DA
      AFFERENTS TO THE MIDLINE THALAMUS ISSUE COLLATERALS TO THE NUCLEUS-TRACTUS-SOLITARII - AN ANATOMICAL BASIS FOR THALAMIC AND VISCERAL REFLEXINTEGRATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    45. THOMPSON RF
      BEHAVIORISM AND NEUROSCIENCE

      Psychological review
    46. MILLER SM; ROUSSI P; ALTMAN D; HELM W; STEINBERG A
      EFFECTS OF COPING STYLE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTIONS OF LOW-INCOME, MINORITY WOMEN TO COLPOSCOPY

      Journal of reproductive medicine
    47. SHINONAGA Y; TAKADA M; MIZUNO N
      DIRECT PROJECTIONS FROM THE NON-LAMINATED DIVISIONS OF THE MEDIAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS TO THE TEMPORAL POLAR CORTEX AND AMYGDALA IN THE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    48. AOYAMA K; OKAICHI H
      THE INFLUENCE OF CONSPECIFIC DISTRESS RES PONSES ON THE LEVER CHOICE BEHAVIOR IN THE RAT

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    49. BORDI F; LEDOUX JE
      RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF SINGLE UNITS IN AREAS OF RAT AUDITORY THALAMUSTHAT PROJECT TO THE AMYGDALA .2. CELLS RECEIVING CONVERGENT AUDITORY AND SOMATOSENSORY INPUTS AND CELLS ANTIDROMICALLY ACTIVATED BY AMYGDALA STIMULATION

      Experimental Brain Research
    50. ROMANSKI LM; LEDOUX JE
      ORGANIZATION OF RODENT AUDITORY-CORTEX - ANTEROGRADE TRANSPORT OF PHA-L FROM MGV TO TEMPORAL NEOCORTEX

      Cerebral cortex
    51. KIM M; DAVIS M
      ELECTROLYTIC LESIONS OF THE AMYGDALA BLOCK ACQUISITION AND EXPRESSIONOF FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE EVEN WITH EXTENSIVE TRAINING BUT DO NOT PREVENT REACQUISITION

      Behavioral neuroscience
    52. REEVES SB; NAGOSHI CT
      EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ADMINISTRATION ON THE DISINHIBITION OF RACIAL PREJUDICE

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    53. MURPHY ST; ZAJONC RB
      AFFECT, COGNITION, AND AWARENESS - AFFECTIVE PRIMING WITH OPTIMAL ANDSUBOPTIMAL STIMULUS EXPOSURES

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    54. MCCABE PM; MCECHRON MD; GREEN EJ; SCHNEIDERMAN N
      ELECTROLYTIC AND IBOTENIC ACID LESIONS OF THE MEDIAL SUBNUCLEUS OF THE MEDIAL GENICULATE PREVENT THE ACQUISITION OF CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONEDHEART-RATE TO A SINGLE ACOUSTIC STIMULUS IN RABBITS

      Brain research


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