[Solved] Evidence from the Effects of Amygdalar Lesions on Conditioned Fear

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 Evidence from the effects of amygdalar lesions on conditioned fear suggests that

A) no learning can take place without a functioning amygdala.
B) conditioned fear cannot be learned without a functioning, but conditioned salivation still proceeds normally.
C) the circuit connecting the amygdala and thalamus is capable of identifying fear stimuli without much cortical input.
D) the circuit connecting the amygdala and thalamus is incapable of identifying fear stimuli in the absence of cortical input.

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