Which part of the brain is responsible for Anger?


Which part of the brain is responsible for Anger?

Our brain is a masterpiece weighing about 1.5 kilograms encased in a well-protected skull bone. The brain has various parts amongst which the Cerebral Cortex, the largest part, is known as the Higher Brain, as it is responsible for sophisticated work. There is a small portion of the brain which is called the Limbic System. This part is exclusively meant for our emotional responses and, hence, known as the emotional brain.


Type A and Type B Behaviour/Personality


Type A People

#Hard driving
#Competitive
#Aggressive
#Reactive
#Over punctual
#Dominating
#Short of time
#Perfectionist
#Sudden angers
#Obsessive
#Impatient
#Interested to talk about himself or herself
#Workaholic
#Feel unfairly criticized
#Irritated
#Presence of time urgency
#Reacts with high degree of anger

Type B People

#Relaxed
#Easy going
#Time punctuality
#Co-operative
#Rarely shows anger
#Not introvert/opens up easily
#Lack of need to display achievement
#Gives benefit of doubt
#Admits mistakes easily
#Flexible
#Okay even if does not win
#Takes break when tired
#Not agitated
#Does not use superlatives
#Mostly enjoys fun
#Less ego problem.