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1 In subsequent situations, the amygdala might respond to preconscious information—but conscious awareness or memory may never follow.
2 The amygdala is an executor of stress behavioral, autonomic and neuroendocrine responses.
3 On the other hand, amygdala may also be involved in pain modulation through connections with periaquiductal gray (PAG), rostral ventromedial medulla (RVM), and other brain stem areas.
4 The evidence comes from two patients with rare amygdala injuries who displayed an unusual disregard for how much they stood to lose when taking part in a gambling game.
5 To test this, Kirby focused on the basolateral amygdala, the region of the almond-shaped structure that handles negative emotions, including stress, anxiety and fear.
6 Objective To study the role of basolateral amygdala in startle conditioned reflex.
7 Here we investigate whether the amygdala, a temporal lobe structure, is affected by ALS.
8 Asymmetries in the PFC and the amygdala are the physiological bases of individual difference in emotion.
9 The amygdala is activated by stimulus that elicits certain forms of negative affect, particularly fear.
10 the amygdala, a small almond-shaped structure, has for some time been linked to empathy and fear responses.
11 The amygdala, in turn, contacts an array of brain regions, making heavy use of a neurotransmitter called corticotropin -releasing hormone (CRH).
12 The amygdala had the greatest response to scenes as most emotionally intense.
13 Each lobe includes an amygdala and a seahorse - shaped structure called the hippocampus.
14 The amygdala consists of two almond-shaped tissue clusters buried deep within the brain.
15 When the controls perceived odors, the bilateral amygdala, piriform,[www.Sentencedict.com] and anterior insular and cingulate cortices were activated.
16 Objective : To explore the effect of amygdala lesion on the monoamine transmitters in normal rat brain.
17 Objective To study the MRI volume of the amygdala and hippocampus in patients with major depression.
18 Hariri notes that the findings at first glance seem to be at odds with work he and others have done that links particular genetic variants to amygdala activity in humans.
19 These include the superior colliculus, which is crucial in eye movements and may have other sensory functions; and, probably, circuits running through the amygdala, which registers emotion.
20 The hypothalamus controls drives like and thirst and the amygdala handles arousal, among other things.
21 The cell group that located at two sides of the third ventricle is the amygdala.
22 These feelings are stored separately, the brain region called the amygdala.
23 A couple seconds later two other brain regions became active, called the insula and the amygdala.
24 AIM: To investigate the effects and mechanism of nicardipine, a calcium channel blocker, on amygdala kindling in rats.
25 In women, the same is true of the left amygdala.
26 Conclusion The high level of DA, low level of 5-HT and NE in prefrontal lobe of PCP rats changed with the remission of schizophrenia after the medial amygdala subnuclei had been destroyed.
27 OBJECTIVE To investigate the inhibition and antiepileptic effect of midazolam on amygdala kindling models in rats.
28 However, the analgesic effects of acupuncture and morphine were not reversed by naloxone microinjected into the amygdala or the mesencephalic reticular formation. 2 .
29 The aging changes of substance P ( SP ) in central nucleus of the amygdala were observed.
30 Antti Revonsuo, a Finnish cognitive scientist, has shown that our amygdala (the fight-or-flight piece of the brain) fires more than normal when we're in REM sleep (the time in sleep when we dream).