Daniel T. Tranel (born October 20, 1957) is an American professor of neurology at the University of Iowa who became known for being one of a pair of professors who rejected the graduate school application of James Eagan Holmes. In 2010, he published a fear study in which a woman did not experience fear because her amygdala was damaged.

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  • Daniel T. Tranel (born October 20, 1957) is an American professor of neurology at the University of Iowa who became known for being one of a pair of professors who rejected the graduate school application of James Eagan Holmes. In 2010, he published a fear study in which a woman did not experience fear because her amygdala was damaged. (en)
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  • Rejected the graduate school application of James Holmes, the 2012 Colorado theater shooting killer
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  • Daniel T. Tranel (born October 20, 1957) is an American professor of neurology at the University of Iowa who became known for being one of a pair of professors who rejected the graduate school application of James Eagan Holmes. In 2010, he published a fear study in which a woman did not experience fear because her amygdala was damaged. (en)
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