Neurobiological Bases of Individual Differences in Emotional and Stress Responsiveness: High Responders–Low Responders Model

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Abstract

Emotion, as defined by psychologists, is a strong and complex feeling state that is consciously perceived, like anger, fear, happiness, or love. Although we do not have direct animal models of emotions, we have the tools to study in animals some of the variables that represent components of these human traits, including emotional responsiveness and stress reactivity.

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