Frontostriatal mechanisms could cause aggression towards outgroup members

Time : 23rd of June 2022 11:11:03 AM

People showed an aggressive tendency to harm other people in opposing groups due to increased activity in the brain's reward network, as per a study. This aggression was positively associated with increased neuronal activity in the dorsal and rostral medial prefrontal cortex, ventral striatum, and the nucleus accumbens while deciding the magnitude of aggression.

  Virginia Commonwealth University


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