Human defensive behaviors to threat scenarios show parallels to fear- and anxiety-related defense patterns of non-human mammals

@article{Blanchard2001HumanDB,
  title={Human defensive behaviors to threat scenarios show parallels to fear- and anxiety-related defense patterns of non-human mammals},
  author={D. Blanchard and A. Hynd and K. Minke and Tiffanie Minemoto and R. Blanchard},
  journal={Neuroscience \& Biobehavioral Reviews},
  year={2001},
  volume={25},
  pages={761-770}
}
Defense patterns of rats and mice have been characterized in terms of the relationships between the type of defensive behavior (e.g. flight, freezing, hiding, defensive threat/attack, and risk assessment) and particular features of the eliciting (threat) stimulus and the situation in which it is encountered. Because the defense systems of rodents serve as major models for investigating and understanding both the physiology and the behavioral expression of emotional response to aversive stimuli… Expand
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