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Who’s in the Mirror?

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In neural imaging studies done in 1996, it was found that viewing images of fearful, stressed, or angered faces activated the viewer’s fear response in the amygdala. Take a look in the mirror today and make note of the expression on your own face at various times. Do you have a furrowed brow? Are your frowning, or pursing your lips? Are you smiling? What you’re looking at in the mirror will have a DIRECT neural impact on each person who looks upon you today.

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