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FIGURE 47–1. Brain circuits implicated in fear and anxiety.A major function of the amygdala is the integration of information from the thalamus and cortical regions into efferent signals (thick arrows). Integration of signals occurs in the basolateral amygdaloid complex, whereas efferent responses are mediated by the central nucleus. Reciprocal circuits to the cortex and the hippocampus are particularly relevant to affective modulation and contextual memory (thin arrows).

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