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Neural signature of delayed fear generalization under stress
Although the generalization of fear to stimuli resembling a threatening stimulus is an adaptive mechanism, fear overgeneralization is maladaptive and thought to play a key role in anxiety-related disorders. Since there is typically a delay between an initial fear experience and a situation in which fear (over)generalization may occur, we assessed delayed fear generalization and its neural signature. Moreover, as stress is known to affect fear learning, we further tested whether acute stressdoi:10.1111/psyp.13917 pmid:34365641 fatcat:vmqqj7z2mjg4dbejf7zdiuutr4