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Prenatal Stress Increases Both Learned and Unlearned Fear in Adult Rats
The amygdala is critical in generating the emotion of fear. Exposure to stress during prenatal development is associated with changes in fear- and anxiety-like behavior. To examine the influence of prenatal stress on ...
Personality Correlates of Implicit and Explicit Attitudes Towards Interracial Attraction
Although interracial dating and marriage is increasing in the United States, it has not yet reached normalcy. People’s automatic and controlled responses to interracial couples may differ from their responses to same race ...
A Comparison of Children Living in Extreme Urban Poverty Participating in an Enrichment Program with a Control Group on Narrative Skills Using Responses to a Story Telling Task
Economic disadvantage is linked with harsher environments, which lead to poor cognitive, social, academic, and emotional consequences for children involved. It has been shown that an early period of schooling is of critical ...