A poster price was awarded by WASAD to six outstanding scientific posters. The laureates were chosen by the scientific committee from the presented posters at the congress and were:
Michael Schleyer, Magdeburg, Germany, for his contribution: Timing-dependent valence reversal by optogenetic control of dopamine neurons
Manuel Kuhn, Hamburg, Germany, for his contribution: Functional heterogeneity of the human extended amygdala during phasic fear- and anxiety-related processes
Sinha Engel, Berlin, Germany, for her contribution: HPA axis regulation in posttraumatic stress disorder: a meta-analysis
Fabian Seeger, Würzburg, Germany, for his contribution: Behavioral and neurofunctional effects of cognitive behavioral therapy on secondary social anxiety disorder in primary panic disorder: a longitudinal fMRI study
Shira Meir Drexler, Bochum, Germany, for her contribution: Generalizing extinction memory using pre-extinction stress
Bianca Silvia, Lausanne, Switzerland, for her contribution: A cortico-thalamic-hippocampal circuit for remote fear memory attenuation
More details on these posters can be found in the abstract book of the congress.