“a man smashing a window in rage because he has to escape from his burning cockpit as his plane in in a plunging dive?
Nothing, in your model. Identical neurophysiological responses under stress, generating emotional split-second anger behavior. “
Rage and anger are two totally different emotions. Rage requires a ton of energy and lasts for seconds. Anger requires less energy and can be felt for extended periods of time. Rage is the very last phase after countless attempts to stop the threat.
Your analogy is an individual who is obviously unstable. Abnormal physiology and psychology is another animal all together.