Commentary: behavioral phenotype

Publication Type:

Journal Article

Authors:

Oitzl, M.S.

Source:

Prog Brain Res, Volume 167, p.111-117 (2007)

DOI Name (links to online publication)

10.1016/S0079-6123(07)67008-3

Keywords:

Animal; Animals; Behavior; Fear; glucocorticoid; Glucocorticoids; Humans; Memory; MODEL; Netherlands; pharmacology; Phenotype; physiology; physiopathology; psychology; review; Stress; Stress Disorders; Post-Traumatic; SYSTEM; SYSTEMS

Abstract:

PTSD arises by definition as a direct consequence of the experience of an acute severe stressor. The formation of traumatic memory and its extinction, sympathetic and adrenocortical stress systems activity in relation to individual vulnerability form the core of animal models for PTSD

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