This Part Of Brain Influence Human When Making Difficult Decisions

When required to make a difficult decision, a one that may affect the future or something else, one would certainly think and take quite a long time. But do you know which part of the brain is working hard for this?

Latest study found that the majority of human decision-making occurs in one of the smallest part of the brain. The researchers found that the most hard-working brain part is called the lateral habenula. Although this brain part is very small but has an important role in decision making.

A very complex process occurs in the brain while making difficult decisions. Starting from choosing a job offer until choosing the type of car you want to buy.

According to the researchers, a broader understanding of this brain region may lead to new breakthroughs in treatment and psychiatric diagnosis. The team found that disabling the lateral habenula influence in the decision-making subject. It also provides an explanation why the ‘blocking’ lateral habenula activity can alleviate depressive illness.

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