32. Interoceptive Gating of Anxiety and Fear, a Novel Target for Anxiety Treatment

      Arterial baroreceptors inform the brain about cardiovascular arousal, signaling the strength and rate of heartbeats. We showed that these signals selectively enhance processing of fear and threat, interacting with individual differences in anxiety and interoceptive sensitivity. Here, we examine their impact on fear learning with clinical relevance to anxiety disorders.
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