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How does our brain process fear? Study investigates
 

How does our brain process fear? Study investigates

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Using scenes from horror movies, a new study examines the neural pathways responsible for processing fear and anxiety in the human brain.
 
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21 Feb 2017 - General
 
Some researches says that brain could work better in fear like analysing and reasoning activities are more faster than compared to normal state which I recollected after reading this post. Amygdala and hippocampus are playing a role during fear process that scientists found on animal models. I suspect that why we react more faster to an emergency or fear aspects when we are faced that we reacts in a fastest action than other. That why brain and neurons are faster than computers. This findings fu...
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