Daughters Think Like Their Mothers

The corticolimbic system governs emotional regulation and processing. Basically, this is the part of the brain that determines if you are laid back or hot headed. A new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience shows that researchers at UC San Francisco have identified that a daughter’s corticolimbic system is physically almost identical to their mother’s. This means that daughters are more likely to inherit depression from their mothers. To Learn more, got to http://www.itnonline.com/content/brain-structure-governing-emotion-passed-mother-daughter#sthash.6NwF2CF6.dpuf