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Khalid Faez

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The Psychology Of Danger

Things and people that are potentially threatening command attention. Our survival instincts form our fascination with the stories of true crime.

Upon hearing an incident of danger or disaster, our brain's part called the amygdala, that is responsible for emotions, memory and survival tactics is stimulated. It signals our frontal cortex region of the brain to evaluate and interpret the data, invoking the ‘fight or flight’ response.

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Why are we fascinated with true crime stories?

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