The 4-year PhD track forms part of a larger project EAGER that studies the interplay of extinction, avoidance and generalization in the context of fear conditioning. The EAGER project unites members from the Learning and Experimental Psychopathology group (CLEP) and the Laboratory of Biological Psychology (LBP) at KU Leuven. Collectively, the consortium offers an internationally oriented, productive, collaborative, and multi-disciplinary environment involving 4 PIs (Dirk Hermans, Tom Beckers, Laura Luyten, Bram Vervliet) and over 20 other research staff. Research at CLEP and LBP is characterized by a translational perspective (rodents, healthy humans, clinical populations) and aims to unravel behavioral and brain mechanisms underlying normal and abnormal psychological functioning.
PhD project on physiological/neural correlates of extinction, avoidance, and generalization
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