The Physiology of Fear

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The Physiology of Fear by Mind Map: The Physiology of Fear

1. Scared Witless

1.1. Amygdala

1.1.1. Brain's Temporal Lobe

1.1.2. Startled Reflex

1.1.3. Crashing Sound

1.1.4. Makes You Jump

1.2. Viewers

1.2.1. Mastery Testing

1.2.1.1. Teenagers

1.2.2. Socially-Constructed Gender Roles

1.2.3. Snuggle Theory

1.2.4. Simulated Risk

2. Sub Genres Of Horror

2.1. Moral Allegory

2.1.1. Good VS Evil

2.2. Psychological Horror

2.2.1. The Monster Within

2.3. The Fantastic

2.3.1. The Tell Tale Heart

2.3.1.1. Not Knowing

2.4. Unreliable Narrators

3. Jaws

3.1. Film Analysis

3.1.1. Elements Of Film

3.1.1.1. Movement

3.1.1.2. Time and Space

3.1.1.3. Editing

3.1.1.4. Framing

3.1.1.5. Lighting

3.1.1.6. Music/Sound Effects

3.1.1.7. Visual Effects

4. Sigmund Freud

4.1. Horror

4.1.1. Fascinated Dread

4.1.1.1. Immaterial Cause

4.1.2. Catharsis

4.1.2.1. Aristotle

4.1.2.2. Greek Writer and Philosopher

4.1.3. Freud's Theory

4.1.3.1. Id

4.1.3.1.1. Feelings

4.1.3.1.2. Drives

4.1.3.1.3. Raging Emotions

4.1.3.2. Ego

4.1.3.3. Superego

5. Stephen King On Fear

5.1. Fear

5.1.1. Makes Us Blind

5.1.2. Old Fable About Seven Blind Men

5.1.3. Avid Curiosity

5.1.4. Emotion

5.2. Comedy and Tragedy

5.3. Welsh Sin-Eater

5.3.1. Phobias

5.3.2. Imaginary Horrors

6. Scared Witless

7. Horrific Archetypes

7.1. Literature and Film

7.1.1. Hero

7.1.2. Older Mentor

7.1.3. Plot Structures

7.1.4. The Stages Of A Quest Pattern

7.1.5. Characters

7.1.6. Settings

7.1.7. Soundtracks