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4. What is the Dual-Pathyway Model of Fear?
According to the Dual-Pathyway Model of Fear, the brain uses two pathways to process fear. An environmental stimulus is first processed by the thalamus. [ From there the information branches off with one pathway leading to the cerebral cortex, another pathway leads directly to amygdala in but a few thousands of a second allowing more immediate response to danger cues. ]
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