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which parts of the brain are involved in hostility?

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Dr. Adrienne Pasek
11 years experience Clinical Psychology
Brain and anger: The amygdala is the area of the brain responsible for emotional responses including anger. If you are struggling with anger issues find a good therapist to work with to help you process and work through issues.
Answered on Apr 18, 2016
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