Can rage be considered a subset of anger or possibly a separate neurobiological process.
What are the neurobiological, evolutionary and psychological differences between anger and rage?
In more detail an examination of the similarities and differences between anger and rage, their roles and purposes for us as a species.
- what is the difference in neurochemistry
- what are the evolutionary advantages of these states.
- how do these two neurochemical processes assist us psychologically with regard to survival of our species
An examination of misplaced anger or rage, as possibly less useful states, although perhaps not entirely redundant, and possible pathology arising from this may or may not be included within answers.