Aggression: How the Anterior Cingulate Cortex Helps to Ensure a Fair Fight
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Violent behavior is the product of a diverse network of neural structures. A new study shows that the anterior cingulate cortex is important for helping to restrain overly aggressive acts, even within a fight, to ensure animals match their behavioral intensity with the challenge posed by their opponents.
Aggression: How the Anterior Cingulate Cortex Helps to Ensure a Fair Fight.
Current Biology, 31(11),