Researchers find the brain’s center of happiness
Happiness can be characterized as a subjective ordeal in view of an inclination that changes in force from one person to the other.
A group of Japanese researchers have found the piece of the brain connected to feeling happy. They found that the mix of positive feelings and fulfillment got from life emotion affected the precuneus. It is a part of the parietal lobe.
Full report was published in Scientific Reports.