Five Things We’ve Learned About Fear Since Last Halloween

It’s often referred to as the body’s “fear center,” although experts will tell you that’s not quite right because while the amygdala is clearly linked to the responses of our body to fear—sweating or a racing heart—it doesn’t by itself make us “feel” fear

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