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Personality Changes | What's Happening in the Brain

There is no one part of the brain that on its own is responsible for 'personality'. Rather it is a function of all the brain, working in concert. Unsurprisingly, the very front part of the brain (the prefrontal cortex ) is vital, but a fully integrated personality requires a largely intact brain.



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