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Anxiety from a phylogenetic perspective: is there a qualitative difference between human and animal anxiety?

Bibliographic reference Belzung, Catherine ; Philippot, Pierre. Anxiety from a phylogenetic perspective: is there a qualitative difference between human and animal anxiety?. In: Neural plasticity, Vol. 2007, p. 59676 (2007)
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