Dr. Huda Akil's SfN Lecture follow up

As a follow-up to Huda Akil, Ph.D.'s History of Neuroscience Lecture on November 15, 2022,  below are the references cited in her talk titled "Neuroscience Redefines the Stress Concept: From "Fight or Flight" to Neuroplasticity and Affective Disorders." The references cited are in order of appearance during the presentation, and a downloadable PDF is at the bottom of this page.

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