New study reevaluates the fight-or-flight concept in the context of human conflict

Research published in the International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy has looked at the concept of “fight-or-flight”, a behavioral theory that was first proposed by American physiologist Walter Bradford Cannon in 1915. The idea is also called “hyperarousal” or the “acute stress response” and is an animal’s physiological reaction to threats and is a survival response to that threat.

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