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In a highly anxious individual, showing little movement towards a threat, an anti-anxiety drug will allow risk assessment to appear. In a less anxious individual, already 2 Neurobiological Perspectives 23 undertaking risk assessment, the drug will reduce risk assessment and allow non-threat behavior to appear (Blanchard, Blanchard, Tom, & Rodgers, 1990). The theory (Fig. 1) maps this two-dimensional functional picture to a matching neural one. A stream of structures controlling fear (threat avoidance) is shown on the left of the figure and one controlling anxiety (threat approach) on the right.
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Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders: The Vicious Cycle of Comorbidity by Sherry H. Stewart, Patricia Conrod