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The temporal resolution power (TRP) hypothesis states that individuals with higher TRP, as reflected by a higher performance on several psychophysical timing tasks, perform better on intelligence tests due to their ability to process information faster and coordinate their mental operations more...
Our recent research suggests that the interoceptive state associated with stress can function as a contextual stimulus for operant behavior. In the present experiment, we investigated the role of the rodent prelimbic cortex (PL), a brain region that is critical in contextual control of operant...
Defensive responding is adaptive when it approximates the current threat but maladaptive when it exceeds the current threat. Here we asked if the substantia nigra, a region consistently implicated in reward, is necessary to show appropriate levels of defensive responding in Pavlovian fear...
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