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Amygdala and surprised faces
may interpret as positive or negative, signal cahnge in regions of ventral and lateral right amygdala correlated with individual valence
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Amgydala is strongly correlated with
PFC- involved in processing language and semanics and cognitive control - plays a role in modulating amygdala responses
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Regulation relevant processes:
Cognitive change- reappriase the situation you find yourself in, attentional deployment, habituation, emotion as an impace
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Extinction - not unlearnign but new learning- what parts are involed
(v)mPFC - rats show greater emotional reactivity to CS and contexual stimuli. Unit recording in vmPFC.
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Humans...
vmPFC during day 2 of extinction recall - retention of extinction learning. Thickness of vmPFC is correlated with extinction memory
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No correlation between subgenual anterior cingulate (vmPFC) and CR during..
aquisition or early extinction
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Lesions to vmPFC impair..
fear extinction
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Damage to vmPFC impairs the...
retention of extinction during learnign
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stimulation the vmPFC produces
extinction
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mPFC and ____ plays a key role in extinction
amygdala- negative correlation during REAPPRAISAL
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Lateral and dorsal PFC are not strongly anatomically connected to the amygdala but... is
vmPFC- connected to d and l PFC
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lPFC ...
cognitive control or executive functioning (dlPFC), vlPFC well connected to dlPFC
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