What Happens In Your Brain When You Inhibit Emotions?
10 May 2013
Professor Patrick Haggard (UCL Institute of Cognitive
Neuroscience) co-author of the paper said: “Most studies of emotion processing in the brain simply assume
that people passively receive emotional stimuli, and automatically feel the
corresponding emotion. In contrast, the area we have identified may contribute
to some individuals’ ability to rise above particular emotional situations." Read: Medical Daily More: UCL News