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The more complex the social system, the more essential is such flexibility in emotional responses.
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Parent (intermediate) annotationOpen itle to display a far greater range of reactions to our emotions, and more nuance. While a rabbit or rhesus has a restricted set of typical responses to fear, the larger human neocortex allows a far more nimble repertoire—including calling 999. <span>The more complex the social system, the more essential is such flexibility—and there is no more complex social world than our own.12
But these higher centers do not govern all of emotional life; in crucial matters of the heart—and most especially in emotional emergencies—they can be said to defer to th
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