How do social interactions conjure up memories and emotional responses in the brain?

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What did you aim to study with your research? What made you want to examine this issue?

Walk us through your experiments? What did the findings reveal?

What was the most surprising finding?

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What is the significance of these findings?

Could this new understanding of socially transmitted fear memories inform treatment approaches for individuals/groups experiencing trauma or post-traumatic stress disorder?

What do you hope to study next?

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