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Afraid of The Dark? Blame Your Brain, Not Monsters Under The Bed – ScienceAlert

Fear is a common response to darkness, especially in children, and now scientists think they might have figured out the brain…

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Fear is a common response to darkness, especially in children, and now scientists think they might have figured out the brain mechanisms behind it,  mechanisms that work in a couple of areas of the brain in particular.
The amygdala section of the brain…

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