How to respond to threats with more than fight or flight

15 Jul 2017

In an invited commentary, SMU Behavioural Sciences Institute Director Professor David Chan explained the human reaction to threats by pursuing "fight or flight" and the differences in adaptive responses between physical and non-physical threats. He illustrated the issues with the types of threat in terrorism versus in disputes.

Source: 
The Straits Times

Last updated on 17 Jul 2017 .