El cerebro y las amenazas | 24 MAR 19

La neurociencia del miedo y la ansiedad

Se propone un nuevo marco de dos sistemas para comprender el mecanismo del miedo y los trastornos de ansiedad
Autor/a: Joseph E. LeDoux, Daniel S. Pine  American Journal of Psychiatry: 9 sept 2016
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