The anterior cingulate cortex is the section of the brain that circles around the corpus callosum, in…

The anterior cingulate cortex is the section of the brain that circles around the corpus callosum, in the central-front part of the brain. It's responsible, we think, for some involuntary functions like regulating heart rate and blood pressure, but there's also some evidence that it has an impact on emotional response, motivation, and error detection, among other functions.

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