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A neural model of human fear pathways based on anatomical and neuroimaging data
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- Published: 18 July 2011
- Central Nucleus
- Neural Model
- Spike Rate
- Neural Population
- Hemodynamic Response Function
Fear responses in the human brain consist of several evolved pathways with different levels of processing .
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