Behavioral Neuroscience Award for Best Paper in Behavioral Neuroscience for 2018

 

The paper entitled “Preventing the Return of Fear Memories With Postretrieval Extinction: A Human Study Using a Burst of White Noise as an Aversive Stimulus” from  Xosé Fernández-Rey and Jaime Redondo, members of the PCC research team, has been chosen as the winner of the D. G. Marquis Behavioral Neuroscience Award for Best Paper in Behavioral Neuroscience for 2018. This award is decided upon by the editor and consulting editorial board of Behavioral Neuroscience and is made by Division 6 (Society of Comparative Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience) of the American Psychological Association.

 

4 Comments

  1. MONTSERRAT COMESAÑA says:

    Parabéns Xosé e Jaime!!

    Grande abrazo,

    Montse

  2. David says:

    Wow! Parabéns!!

  3. Isabel Balteiro says:

    Aunque no tengo el placer de conoceros ni el honor de que me conozcáis, me sumo muy sinceramente a las felicitaciones a los tres autores, José, Daniel y Jaime, y a todo el equipo.

  4. Teresa Fanego says:

    Congratulations! Es un gran orgullo para todos.

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