Concussive brain injury enhances fear learning and excitatory processes in the amygdala

Results suggest that mild traumatic brain injury predisposes the brain toward heightened fear learning during stressful postinjury events and provides a potential molecular mechanism by which this occurs.

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Providers of brain injury rehabilitation services.
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