Hi, looks like a solid start! On the parts where you discuss the areas of the brain assoicated with Anxiety it might be helpful also to include information about the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus regualtes the pituitary galnds to realise hormones and is the control center for the Autonomic Nervous System. It might be helpful to include information in the way neurons and hormones target the adrenal cortex to realise stress hormones like epinephrine and cortisol in a "fight or flight" response, which seems consistant with your theme on anxity. Such a great topic! Keep it up! --U3160678 (discuss • contribs) 11:28, 18 October 2018 (UTC)
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Overall, there is a promising chapter, but there is too much general background information (summarise and link to more info) and too little focus on the specific topic, particularly in the early stages of the chapter (e.g., there is no Overview explaining the problem and focus of the chapter). For example, brain imaging techniques are discussed, but instead links could be provided to more info, whilst the focus could be on what is known about the chapter topic based on brain imaging research. Similar, there is no conclusion section providing a synthesis of theory and research as an answer to the sub-title question, with an emphasis on take-away messages.
Relevant research is well reviewed and discussed in relation to theory. However, the most relevant research could be discussed in more detail, with less detail about less relevant research.
When describing important research findings, consider including a bit more detail about the methodology and indicate the size of effects in addition to whether or not there was an effect or relationship.