Emotional Culture

Emotional Culture and Hypochondriasis

In the evolution of the human being we have developed the ability to modulate and expand the most instinctive emotional response as we can see it work in other animal species. Much of this control consists in the ability of thought to know, elaborate, calculate basic emotional stimuli, creating sophisticated relationships between the upper cortex of the brain and the amygdala, where the harsher and elementary schemes are activated. Read more about Emotional Culture and Hypochondriasis