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Know safety, no fear
Sangha S, et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2020 - Review. PMID 31738952 Free PMC article.
Altering D1 receptor activity in the basolateral amygdala impairs fear suppression during a safety cue
Ng KH, et al. Neurobiol Learn Mem 2018. Among authors: Sangha S. PMID 29175512 Free article.
Here we assess reward, fear and safety cue learning together using a behavioral paradigm that has identified neurons that discriminate among these cues in the basolateral amygdala (BLA) (Sangha, Chadick, & Janak, 2013). ...
Here we assess reward, fear and safety cue learning together using a behavioral paradigm that has identified neurons that discriminate among …
Eating Disorders in Males: How Primary Care Providers Can Improve Recognition, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Sangha S, et al. Am J Mens Health 2019. PMID 31184292 Free PMC article.
The synthesized evidence is utilized to discuss clinical recommendations for primary care providers, inclusive of male-specific treatment plans, as a means to improving care for this poorly understood and emerging men's health issue....
The synthesized evidence is utilized to discuss clinical recommendations for primary care providers, inclusive of male-specific treatment pl …
Plasticity of Fear and Safety Neurons of the Amygdala in Response to Fear Extinction
Sangha S. Front Behav Neurosci 2015. PMID 26733838 Free PMC article.
Using a discriminative fear, safety, and reward conditioning task, Sangha et al. (2013) have previously reported several neural microcircuits within the basal amygdala (BA) which discriminate among these cues, including a subpopulation of neurons responding selectively to a safety cue and not a fear cue. ...
Using a discriminative fear, safety, and reward conditioning task, Sangha et al. (2013) have previously reported several neural micro …
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