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Spending time with loved ones or things we get positive feelings and in during exams or bad things we get fearful or negative response. This is all due to almond shaped structure in brain called amygdala. This was found out by MIT researchers. Two populations neurons in the brain responsible for the good and bad feeling to us according to the researchers. These neurons pass the information to other regions in brain that create feelings to us. This is very helpful to cure the people who have mental illness. Advertising link removed by Moderator

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cool, please don't spam the main science sections with the links you use in Science News. For discussion in the rest of the fora, members need to be able to discuss each topic without going offsite or watching videos. Thanks for understanding.

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Sorry Moderator..It is not an advertising link.I just give original source to help others if they need more details about the topic.

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