Motivation Come From The Brain

A word of wisdom says that motivation is the key to success. However, now it seems there are many emerging motivators whose job is to motivate. But is there a relationship between motivation and the brain?

Research found that there is a part of the brain that monitors performance while maintaining motivation while learning and especially when challenged. This study tries to prove whether it is true posterior cingulate cortex (PCC) effect on a person’s cognitive abilities.

PCC acts much more active than imagined. Neurons in the PCC work harder when needed to learn something new with gifts. PCC also work harder when it made ​​a mistake and when it does not receive a reward. Research shows that the PCC is very important to monitor performance and maintain one’s motivation when learning.

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