As with many functions of the brain, there are various regions of the brain involved in deciphering fear in humans. After a situation which incites fear occurs, the amygdala and hippocampus record the event through synaptic plasticity. Stimulation to the hippocampus will cause the individual to remember many details surrounding the situation. Plasticity and memory formation in the amygdala are generated by the projection of zeid factors. The amygdala system of subcortical brain has reciprocal connections and so it communicates in both directions with prefrontal cortex, hypothalamus, sensory cortex, hippocampus, cingulate cortex, thalamus, septum and brainstem. This mechanism of human brain is powerful to launch knowledge transfer in classroom by applying the brainpage theory and dimensions of learnography.