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A question that has engaged clinicians for decades is why some people develop anxiety disorders and others do not. Most people respond with terror during a fearful experience, but the fact that only a few of them develop a disorder indicates that people may form a completely different memory of a similar event. The aim of Renée Visser’s research is to disentangle different neural processes involved in the formation and expression of human fear memory.

Event details of Neural processes during fearful events
Date 13 January 2016
Time 12:00 -13:00
Location Maagdenhuis
Room Location

R.M. Visser: The Neural Dynamics of Fear Memory.

Supervisor

Prof. M. Kindt

Co-supervisor

Dr H.S. Scholte

Maagdenhuis

Room Location

Spui 21
1012 WX Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.