The Brain: A User’s Guide to Emotions

March 6, 2013 | By

As neuroscience researchers work to unravel the inner workings of the brain, we know more than ever before about the mysteries of where emotions originate in the brain and the connections between instinct, intelligence and emotion. This work is yielding fascinating insights that we can use to understand how we react to situations and people. The brain, which is a much more flexible organ that previously thought, can be consciously retrained to be more emotionally flexible, understanding and sensitive. The emotional functions of the brain are interwoven at many levels. These maps provide an overview of the major areas of the brain involved in processing emotions.

Learn more in the following infographic from Best Psychology Degrees.

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The Brain: A User's Guide to Emotions

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