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People Who Can't Feel Fear (And What We Can Learn From Them)
Studies of subjects who, due to damage to the amygdala, simply don't experience terror are helping researchers figure out just how that almond-shaped bundle of neurons (a/k/a "the lizard brain") works. New Scientist 03/11/13
Posted March 13, 2013 12:51 AM




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