Trick-or-treating and indulging in mini candy bars is lighthearted Halloween fun. However, lurking ghouls and goblins can cause your hands to sweat and heart to race. But have you ever wondered what happens in the brain when you’re scared?
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Cyrenna Cooper is the Web Communications Specialist for BrainFacts.org. She graduated from George Mason University in 2017 with a degree in Communications.
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