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I don't think there is an obvious contradiction here. (1) Mapping neuronal function to the perception of threat (or emotions in general) is often advertised as well-understood, but in fact it is not. Serotonin-concentration-based models (such as the monoaminergic theory of depression) are unavoidably imprecise because ”the brain is not soup”. Additionally, ...


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