Fear and the Brain

  • Published2 Oct 2015
  • Reviewed2 Oct 2015
  • Author Juliet M. Beverly
  • Source BrainFacts/SfN

A scare might make you jump, your heart beat quicken, and your skin tingle. You may scream, run, or be shocked stiff. There are many responses to fear, but what happens in the brain when you’re frightened? Enjoy some of our favorite articles and videos about the brain and fear by clicking on the symbols below.

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