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    Brain on stress - This is Your Brain in Meltdown. Scientific American SOURCE: “STRESS SIGNALLING PATHWAYS THAT IMPAIR PREFRONTAL CORTEX STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION,” BY AMY F. T. ARNSTEN, IN NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE, VOL. 10; JUNE 2009

  • Jani Jane

    Your Brain on Stress: How We Lose It [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "This Is Your Brain in Meltdown," by Amy Arnsten, Carolyn M. Mazure and Rajita Sinha; Scientific American, April 2012]

  • Laura Reed

    The brains response to stress (very detailed)!

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