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What happens after an acute stressor goes away (assuming you don't get eaten or similar)? O the PVN activates the SAM system whi

What happens after an acute stressor goes
away (assuming you don't get eaten or similar)?
O the PVN activates the SAM system which makes
us fight or flee.
the PVN is activated by inputs from the
PFC/hippocampus, which increases the release of
CRH, ACTH, and ultimately cortisol
O positive feedback
O the PVN is inhibited by inputs from the
PFC/hippocampus, which ends the release of
CRH, ACTH, and ultimately cortisol

What happens after an acute stressor goes away (assuming you don't get eaten or similar)? O the PVN activates the SAM system which makes us fight or flee. the PVN is activated by inputs from the PFC/hippocampus, which increases the release of CRH, ACTH, and ultimately cortisol O positive feedback O the PVN is inhibited by inputs from the PFC/hippocampus, which ends the release of CRH, ACTH, and ultimately cortisol

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