Tracing the Brain's Pathways For Linking Emotion and Reason

By Sandra Blakeslee

Published: December 6, 1994, The New York Times

IMAGINE walking along a jungle path in the twilight and hearing a lion roar. Your skin turns clammy, a knot forms in your stomach and you can taste the fear rising in your throat.

Now imagine walking along a zoo path at the same time of the eveningand hearing the same sound. This time you do not feel afraid.

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