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Conversely, activation of reward pathways is known to significantly buffer stress reactivity via the amygdaloid complex, suggesting a mechanism whereby the rewarding effects of alcohol may reduce perceived stress (Ulrich-Lai et al.
1956), "Behavioural Changes Associated with Ablation of the Amygdaloid Complex in Monkeys", Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 49 : 381-91.