he up-side of frontal lobe damage – wordpress.com/#!/read/follow…
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Apparently, frontal lobe damage affects how we process “negative” information —
You might be a “glass half empty” person or a “glass half full” person, but if you’re a “glass is half full even if it’s empty” person, your brain may be a tad off kilter.
That’s the conclusion of a neuroimaging study published in the peer-reviewed journal, Nature Neuroscience. Researchers at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL (University College London) wanted to find out what’s going on in the brains of people who remain optimistic even when every bit of evidence argues for a less rosy perspective.