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Posted: Feb 08, 2016 06:59PM EST

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Neurobiologist: Brain is hardwired to snap

From road rage to rioting, we have heard stories of seemingly normal people whose anger just caused them to snap. Neurobiologist Douglas Fields has extensively studied and authored a book on what happens in the brain to trigger rage and spoke to FOX

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