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We all know that sympathetic mechanism is similiar in humans . Why people react differently for example one may ran after seeing a lion while other may keep standing or may shout without escaping ?

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    $\begingroup$ People aren't machines programmed to do x when encountering y situation. Why would you think we should all act the same? Some people pull over when they see a law officer flashing their lights at them and act politely, some bumble along looking for a safe place to pull over, some pull over and act like jerks, some speed up and lead the officers on a chase. They all have had their sympathetic nervous system activated. $\endgroup$ – anongoodnurse Apr 17 at 3:22

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