The hypothalamus in the brain controls various behaviors, including feeding and aggression. As the desire for a particular behavior increases, the activity in the relevant region of the hypothalamus also increases. When the desired behavior is fulfilled, the activity in the hypothalamus decreases
Dr. David Anderson
David Anderson, PhD, a world expert in the science of sexual behavior, violent aggression, fear and other motivated states. Professor of Biology at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
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