February 4, 2013

Researchers Scare 'Fearless' Patients

Mo Costandi, Nature News


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People seem to have more than one way to work themselves into a panic. Contrary to a long-standing assumption of neuroscientists, humans can experience fear even when they lack the brain structure widely regarded as the brain's 'fear centre'.

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TAGGED: Fear, Carbon Dioxide, Amygdala

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