Serotonin, Inhibition, and Negative Mood

Abstract

Pavlovian predictions of future aversive outcomes lead to behavioral inhibition, suppression, and withdrawal. There is considerable evidence for the involvement of serotonin in both the learning of these predictions and the inhibitory consequences that ensue, although less for a causal relationship between the two. In the context of a highly simplified… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.0040004

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