Assessing Fear Following Retrieval + Extinction Through Suppression of Baseline Reward Seeking vs. Freezing

@inproceedings{Shumake2015AssessingFF,
  title={Assessing Fear Following Retrieval + Extinction Through Suppression of Baseline Reward Seeking vs. Freezing},
  author={Jason Shumake and Marie H. Monfils},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
Freezing has become the predominant measure used in rodent studies of conditioned fear, but conditioned suppression of reward-seeking behavior may provide a measure that is more relevant to human anxiety disorders; that is, a measure of how fear interferes with the enjoyment of pleasurable activities. Previous work has found that an isolated presentation of a fear conditioned stimulus (CS) prior to extinction training (retrieval + extinction) results in a more robust and longer-lasting… CONTINUE READING
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