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Anger

Danger can make you feel either angry or frightened: both these emotions are triggered by the same part of the brain - the amygdala. The amygdala in turn triggers a response in the hypothalamus, a key area for many of the things your brain does 'without thinking' including this 'fight or flight' response.

Danger can make you feel either angry or frightened.
Danger can make you feel either angry or frightened.
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