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... and cognitive forms of empathy are mapped by LeDoux into two processes: 1) Fast reflexive sub-cortical processes, directly from sensory cortices to thalamus to amygdala to response, and 2) Slower cortical processes, from sensory cortices to thalamus to cortex to amygdala to response Figure 1 . ...
In recent years, promoted social attention to neuroscience also enhanced the spreading of neuromyths: falsely hypothesized neuroscientific items. The public belief in neuromyths would enhance the difficulties of teaching and wrongly delivering professional knowledge. Although most of the previous studies have identified the prevalence of neuromyths...
This article is part of the Physical Review Research collection titled Physics of Neuroscience.