Translational Psychiatry

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Acute effects of LSD on amygdala activity during processing of fearful stimuli in healthy subjects

F Mueller, C Lenz, P C Dolder, S Harder, Y Schmid, U E Lang, M E Liechti and S Borgwardt

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Neural response to fearful versus neutral faces after placebo compared with LSD treatment. LSD decreased reactivity (shown in red-yellow) to fearful faces in the amygdala (a) and the right medial frontal gyrus (b). Regions of interest (amygdala, fusiform gyrus, medial frontal gyrus) are shown in blue. Threshold P<0.001, k=10. Right is right side of the brain. LSD, lysergic acid diethylamide.

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