Glass half full or half empty? What you see may depend in part on the size of your orbitofrontal cortex. Optimistic people also tend to be less anxious, research finds.
Glass half full or half empty? What you see may depend in part on the size of your orbitofrontal cortex. Optimistic people also tend to be less anxious, research finds. Graphic by Julie McMahon University of Illinois
Glass half full or half empty? What you see may depend in part on the size of your orbitofrontal cortex. Optimistic people also tend to be less anxious, research finds. Graphic by Julie McMahon University of Illinois

Science Briefs: Brain region linked to optimism, anxiety

September 27, 2015 4:00 PM

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