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IntroductioIl An intriguing feature of the adult brain is its capacity for structural and functional modification in response to external stimuli. This plasticity of the adult nervous system has been the focus of research efforts for decades. The historical antecedents of ideas about brain changes in relation to experiential factors can been traced back to(More)
The present study tested whether individual differences in anxiety- and fear-related behaviour are associated with between-subjects variation in postmortem brain levels of selected neurotrophic factors. Naïve C57BL6/J mice of both sexes were subjected either to an elevated plus maze test or to a Pavlovian fear conditioning paradigm. Two days after(More)
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