Armita Golkar

2013- Clinical Neuroscience Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden 
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Arne Öhman grad student University of Uppsala
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Andreas Olsson post-doc 2013- Karolinska
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Pan Y, Olsson A, Golkar A. (2020) Social safety learning: Shared safety abolishes the recovery of learned threat. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 135: 103733
Lindström B, Golkar A, Jangard S, et al. (2019) Social threat learning transfers to decision making in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Golkar A, Olsson A. (2018) Author Correction: The interplay of social group biases in social threat learning. Scientific Reports. 8: 11111
Golkar A, Olsson A. (2017) The interplay of social group biases in social threat learning. Scientific Reports. 7: 7685
Haaker J, Golkar A, Selbing I, et al. (2017) Assessment of social transmission of threats in humans using observational fear conditioning. Nature Protocols. 12: 1378-1386
Nilsonne G, Tamm S, Golkar A, et al. (2017) Effects of 25 mg oxazepam on emotional mimicry and empathy for pain: a randomized controlled experiment. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 160607
Lonsdorf TB, Menz MM, Andreatta M, et al. (2017) Don't fear 'fear conditioning': Methodological considerations for the design and analysis of studies on human fear acquisition, extinction, and return of fear. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Golkar A, Haaker J, Selbing I, et al. (2016) Neural signals of vicarious extinction learning. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Golkar A, Olsson A. (2016) Immunization Against Social Fear Learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Molapour T, Golkar A, Navarrete CD, et al. (2015) Neural correlates of biased social fear learning and interaction in an intergroup context. Neuroimage. 121: 171-183
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