Acute stress – but not aversive scene content – impairs spatial configuration learning

Cognition and Emotion 34 (2):201-216 (2019)
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Contextual learning pervades our perception and cognition and plays a critical role in adjusting to aversive and stressful events. Our ability to memorise spatial context has been studied extensive...

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