Current understanding of fear learning and memory in humans and animal models and the value of a linguistic approach for analyzing fear learning and memory in humans

@article{Raber2019CurrentUO,
  title={Current understanding of fear learning and memory in humans and animal models and the value of a linguistic approach for analyzing fear learning and memory in humans},
  author={J. Raber and S. Arzy and J. B. Bertolus and B. Depue and Haley E. Haas and S. Hofmann and M. Kangas and E. Kensinger and C. Lowry and H. Marusak and J. Minnier and A. Mouly and A. M{\"u}hlberger and S. Norrholm and Kirsi Peltonen and G. Pinna and C. Rabinak and Y. Shiban and H. Soreq and M. V. D. Kooij and Leroy Lowe and Leah T. Weingast and Paula S. M. Yamashita and S. Boutros},
  journal={Neuroscience \& Biobehavioral Reviews},
  year={2019},
  volume={105},
  pages={136-177}
}
Fear is an emotion that serves as a driving factor in how organisms move through the world. In this review, we discuss the current understandings of the subjective experience of fear and the related biological processes involved in fear learning and memory. We first provide an overview of fear learning and memory in humans and animal models, encompassing the neurocircuitry and molecular mechanisms, the influence of genetic and environmental factors, and how fear learning paradigms have… Expand
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