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Discriminative fear conditioning to context expressed by multiple measures of fear in the rat

Elena Anna Antoniadis

Discriminative fear conditioning to context expressed by multiple measures of fear in the rat

by Elena Anna Antoniadis

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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche.
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Open LibraryOL18592974M
ISBN 100612291812
OCLC/WorldCa46582512

  Introduction. When animals or humans experience repeated pairings of a neutral conditional stimulus (CS) (e.g., tone) and an unconditional stimulus (US) (e.g., footshock), they subsequently display fear responses to the CS and the context in which the US occurred (Kim and Fanselow, ; Phillips and Ledoux, ; Grillon and Davis, ).This latter form of . Synaptic plasticity in B nucleus during context fear conditioning-neurons in B nucleus--> receive nociceptive inputs that are excited by footshock US & vhippocampus (fire selectively in specific contexts)-prior to conditioning, B neurons are weak; pairing makes it stronger.

Fear conditioning, much like Pavlov’s classical conditioning, involves a neutral conditioned stimulus is paired aversive unconditioned stimulus (Phillips & LeDoux, ). In order to fully comprehend how fear conditioning works, the emotion of fear has to be initially understood. Fear extinction involves creating a conditioned response that counters the conditioned fear response. While studies situate the amygdala as the location of fear memories formed by conditioning, scientists theorize that fear-extinction memories form in the amygdala but then are transferred to the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) for storage. The new memory created by fear .

Cortisol suppression after memory reactivation impairs later memory performance. Antypa, Despina; Rodrigues Cabrita, David; Vuilleumier, Patrik; Rimmele, Ulrike. yes. we have a fear circuit that courses between central amygdala and periaqueductal gray of the midbrain and fear behaviors can be evoked artificially by activating this circuit. conditioned fears can be developed by pairing neutral stimuli with unconditioned stimuli, usch as electric shock, that can anrouse this emotional sysem. neurochemistries that control this system include: amino .


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Discriminative fear conditioning to context expressed by multiple measures of fear in the rat by Elena Anna Antoniadis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Discriminative fear conditioning to context expressed by multiple measures of fear in the rat. Antoniadis EA(1), McDonald RJ. Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

[email protected] There has been a renewed interest in the neural basis of fear conditioning to by:   In an attempt to circumvent these limitations, a discriminative context procedure assessing multiple response measures of fear was used in the present study. Conditioning consisted of three training sessions and each session consisted of 2 days.

On day one, the animals were placed in the paired context and received three foot by: Pavlovian fear conditioning is a behavioral paradigm in which organisms learn to predict aversive events.

It is a form of learning in which an aversive stimulus (e.g. an electrical shock) is associated with a particular neutral context (e.g., a room) or neutral stimulus (e.g., a tone), resulting in the expression of fear responses to the originally neutral stimulus or context.

Context Conditioning and the Hippocampus Scientists studying fear conditioning noticed a peculiar thing about animals receiving training. After a few days of tone and shock pairings, they began acting fearful the moment they were put in the conditioning chamber, even before the next phase of training had begun.

Though fear-conditioning has long been implicated in the etiology of panic disorder (PD: Bouton et al.,Eysenck and Rachman,Goldstein and Chambless,Wolpe and Rowan, ), few lab-based studies characterize fear-conditioning correlates of PD, and such studies provide mixed results (Del-Ben et al.,Michael et al., ).Cited by: In Pavlovian fear conditioning, for example, an environmental context (a conditioning chamber) may be arranged to signal the delivery of a footshock (a US), which then leads to conditioned responses to the context, such as freezing behaviour in rats.

In order for context learning to occur, animals must first form a representation of the context. Highlights Fear conditioning is widely held to be a model for pathogenesis of anxiety disorders. We discuss a few limitations of the human fear conditioning paradigm in that regard. We propose to assess conditioned action tendencies as a key component of fear.

We argue that conditioning research should rely more on indirect indices of fear. We suggest to. Context conditioning is characterized by unpredictable threat and its generalization may constitute risk factors for panic disorder (PD). Therefore, we examined differences between individuals with panic attacks (PA; N = 21) and healthy controls (HC, N = 22) in contextual learning and context generalization using a virtual reality (VR) paradigm.

Successful context conditioning. Fear Conditioning After repeated pairings of CS and US, the animal learns to fear both the tone and training context. FC is learned rapidly, and after one conditioning session, a very stable and long-lasting behavioral change is produced which is useful for neurobehavioral, genetic, and pharmacological studies.

Although Little Albert was classically conditioned to fear a rat, he also began to fear dogs, rabbits, and a Santa Claus mask.

This is an example of: a. spontaneous recovery b. stimulus generalization c. stimulus discrimination d. extinction e. reconditioning.

Introduction. The contextual and cued fear conditioning test is the behavioral paradigm used to assess associative fear learning and memory in rodents This test has been widely used to understand the neurobiological mechanisms of fear learning and memory in transgenic and knockout mice 1,Freezing behavior, which is defined as complete.

Finally, strength of memory for discrimination learning following a one-week retention interval did not vary by diagnostic status.

Current results implicate impaired acquisition of discriminative fear-learning and elevated fear responding to safety cues—suggestive of overgeneralization of learned fear—as conditioning markers of panic disorder.

Introduction. Classical fear conditioning embodies rapid associative learning mediated through pairing of a previously innocuous stimulus (conditioned stimulus, CS) with an aversive or threatening “unconditioned” stimulus (US), such as a loud noise or mild electric shock DavisLeDouxLeDoux Following such pairing, the CS becomes predictive of.

Fear Conditioning. Fear conditioning is a simple form of associative learning, in which an animal learns to associate the presence of a neutral stimulus, termed the conditioned stimulus (CS), such as a light or a tone, with the presence of a motivationally significant stimulus, termed the unconditioned stimulus (US), such as an electric shock to the foot.

Contextual fear conditioning studies in animals and humans found an involvement of the hippocampus and amygdala during fear learning. To exclude a focus on elements of the context we employed a paradigm, which uses two feature-identical contexts that only differ in the arrangement of the features and requires configural processing.

Fear Conditioning. Fear conditioning provides a measure of memory by assessing a memory for the association between an aversive stimulus such as a mild foot shock and a salient environmental cue.

The environmental cue is either a discrete stimulus such as a tone (‘cue’) or the test chamber (‘context’). Indeed, anxiolytics might affect the expression of context conditioning, 26 opioids have shown to impair fear learning, 17 and antidepressants may enhance cued fear conditioning.

The circuitry of the fear response may have been honed by evolution, but there is also another side to fear: ioning is why some people fear dogs as if they were fire-breathing monsters, while others consider them part of the family.

In the s, in what is probably not one of psychology's finest moments, American psychologist John Watson taught an infant to fear.

The extinction of conditioned fear is known to be context-specific and is often considered more contextually bound than the fear memory itself (Bouton, ). Yet, recent findings in rodents have challenged the notion that contextual fear retention is initially generalized.

The context-specificity of a cued fear memory to the learning context has not been addressed in the. Fear conditioning is the method by which organisms learn to fear new stimuli.

It is a form of learning in which fear is associated with a particular neutral context (e.g., a room) or neutral stimulus (e.g., a tone). This can be done by pairing the neutral stimulus with an aversive stimulus (e.g., a shock, loud noise, or unpleasant odor).

-involved in many different areas-The central nucleus of the amygdala organizes the expression of emotional responses.-The lateral amygdala collects inputs and seems to encode emotional relevance of stimuli.-Little Albert presented with white laboratory rat within reaching distance to which he showed no fear response and played with it contentedly Distinct measures of averse conditioning - Blood pressure An immobile crouching posture commonly seen in animals of prey in reaction to fear.

Context fear conditioning. learn to fear a context.Fear conditioning is a form of Pavlovian learning that involves making association between stimuli and their aversive consequences. Briefly, this task is based on the conditioning of an innate response to fear consisting in a complete lack of movements, i.e.

the freezing behavior.