Performance on innate behaviour during early development as a function of stress level

@inproceedings{Ryu2017PerformanceOI,
  title={Performance on innate behaviour during early development as a function of stress level},
  author={Soojin Ryu and Rodrigo J. De Marco},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
What is the relationship between the level of acute stress and performance on innate behaviour? The diversity of innate behaviours and lack of sufficient data gathered under the same experimental conditions leave this question unresolved. While evidence points to an inverted-U shaped relationship between the level of acute stress and various measures of learning and memory function, it is unknown the extent to which such a non-linear function applies to performance on innate behaviour, which… CONTINUE READING
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