Danger versus safety of threat learning during stationary periods

Contributed by SpaceAndMemory on Jan. 9, 2018

Collection: Linked networks for learning and expressing location-specific threat

Description: Activity differences during stationary periods of the threat learning task after picking flowers predicting either danger or safety. When picking flowers predicting danger, greater activity was seen in the caudate, dACC, insula and midbrain. The reverse contrast (1st > 2nd half) showed greater activity in vmPFC for flowers predicting safety.

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