The right inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) is implicated in go/no go tasks and fear/flight decisions. It seems this area is also implicated in risk aversion: higher risk aversion tasks correlated with increased brain activity in the IFG. This might be explained as an inhibition signal to accept a risky option. For example, why haven't you ordered this gorgeous pendant yet? Exactly, your IFG is in high gear. Our only question - is your will power stronger than your lower brain fear function?
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