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Emotion regulation is described as the process in which an emotional reaction or output is modified. Although the process of regulating emotions is complex there are 4 different aspects of the response to be regulated, physiological processes, cognition of the stimuli, output behavior, and comparison to previous stimuli.

Therefore most regulation of emotional responses would always involve which of the following regulatory brain structures?

A

Hypothalamus.

B

Pineal gland.

C

Thalamus.

D

Cerebellum.

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