Your Brain Might Have An Animal Center


According to a new study, parts of the amygdala (which handles many aspects of emotion regulation) become immediately active when someone sees an animal. Scientists say the presence of these dedicated animal-spotting areas “may reflect the importance that animals held throughout our evolutionary past.” I will need to do more research into this theory by looking at a wide variety of baby pandas.

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