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The Brain and Emotional Stimuli
An exploration of what brain regions are activated by emotional stimuli.
# 54023 | 1,810 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 10, 2004 in Psychology (Physiological) , Biology (General)


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This paper examines the question of which areas of the brain are engaged by emotional stimuli. The preliminary hypothesis supported is that every region of the brain is activated by emotional stimuli and that, secondarily, each region of the brain is activated in a different manner by different stimuli. It proposes to prove that notion that every region of the brain does not act similarly in response to various emotional stimuli, but most regions will react in some manner, since the amygdala ,for example, will react more aggressively to certain forms of emotional stimuli than others.

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