Fear and Courage Centres Mapped in the Brain

News   May 03, 2018 | Original Story by Bruce Goldman for Stanford University

 
Fear and Courage Centres Mapped in the Brain

Andrew Huberman and his colleagues have found two clusters of brain cells in mice that are linked to either a timid or a bold response to a visual threat. Credit: Norbert von der Groeben, Stanford Medicine

 
 
 

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Comments | 7 ADD COMMENT

Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


Arnold Wolf | May 07, 2018

What is consciousness?


 

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