Night owls show enhanced fear acquisition, which may increase the risk of developing anxiety

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A new study shows that the higher vulnerability of evening chronotype individuals (individuals with the propensity to be more productive at night or at dawn) to anxiety and related disorders may be mediated by altered emotional learning.

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