Researchers identify a new mechanism that contributes to learning an association between a warning noise and a fearful event.
Fear responses can only be erased when people learn something new while retrieving the fear memory according to a new study.
Researchers discover a low dose of psilocybin erased conditioned fear responses in mice. They suggest the agent could be a potential treatment for PTSD and related conditions.
Research combines antibody precision with toxic oxygen burst to inactivate neural protein and temporarily abolish fear memory in mice.