Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The Brain Uses Bodily Signals to Regulate Fear

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This is a drawing of a mouse walking on a tightrope between a brain and a heartStudy reveals how the brain relies on feedback from the body to regulate fear response. When a mouse's body freezes in response to fear, its heart rate slows, and this leads to attenuated insular cortex activity.