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JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, ISSN 0270-6474, 05/2019, Volume 39, Issue 21, pp. 4133 - 4141
Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive attention to threat. Several brain areas, including the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC), have been associated with... 
macaque | GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER | RHESUS-MONKEYS | HIPPOCAMPAL-LESIONS | AMYGDALA LESIONS | EMOTIONAL RESPONSES | NEUROSCIENCES | ORBITAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX | SUPERIOR COLLICULUS | FRONTAL LESIONS | emotion | defense | SNAKE FEAR | NEUROTOXIC LESIONS | lesion | fear | orbitofrontal | Threats | Brain | Signs and symptoms | Animal memory | Disorders | Attention | Monkeys | Excitotoxicity | Reinforcement | Attenuation | Anxiety | Lesions | Rubber | Stimuli
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