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Systemic mifepristone blocks reconsolidation of cue-conditioned fear; propranolol prevents this effect.
Effect of acute posttrauma propranolol on PTSD outcome and physiological responses during script-driven imagery.
Effects of beta blockade, PTSD diagnosis, and explicit threat on the extinction and retention of an aversively conditioned response.
Effect of post-retrieval propranolol on psychophysiologic responding during subsequent script-driven traumatic imagery in post-traumatic stress disorder.
Pilot study of the effect of lipophilic vs. hydrophilic beta-adrenergic blockers being taken at time of intracardiac defibrillator discharge on subsequent PTSD symptoms.
Trauma reactivation plus propranolol is associated with durably low physiological responding during subsequent script-driven traumatic imagery.
Pharmacological blockade of memory reconsolidation in posttraumatic stress disorder: three negative psychophysiological studies.
Prereactivation propranolol fails to reduce skin conductance reactivity to prepared fear-conditioned stimuli.
Single dose propranolol does not affect physiologic or emotional reactivity to smoking cues.
Consolidation and reconsolidation are impaired by oral propranolol administered before but not after memory (re)activation in humans.
Adrenergic beta Antagonists