• Psychology
  • Published 2017

A NEURAL BASIS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF ANXIETY

@inproceedings{Park2017ANB,
  title={A NEURAL BASIS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF ANXIETY},
  author={Junchol Park},
  year={2017}
}
Anxiety represents a state of high arousal and negative valence that leads to enhanced vigilance in the absence of concrete and immediate threat. Anxiety has profound impacts on ongoing behaviors. It can be an adaptive reaction to stressful or unpredictable life events, but excessive and persistent anxiety produces adverse cognitive effects that disrupt ongoing behavior and contribute to the clinical manifestation of anxiety disorders. Numerous studies have associated anxiety with deficits in… CONTINUE READING

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