Brain Games Anger

What makes you angry? Is it that woman texting in traffic? What about that kid who screwed up your coffee order? Or perhaps it's that email from your boss? Whether it's full blown road rage or just the constant frustration at life's little inconveniences, we all feel a little bit of anger every day. But what if getting angry in the first place had less to do with what's going outside, and more to do with what's going on inside your brain? In this episode we'll explore why your brain gets angry and what you can do about it. Through a series of games and experiments, we'll prove to you that anger isn't always a bad thing, and how having a short fuse might not be all bad. And you'll learn how to deal better with other people's anger, and your own. It's time to get all fired up – on Brain Games!

  • 2014
  • 00:21:45
  • 13-14
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Anger [LCSH] Anger -- Psychological aspects [LCSH] Brain [LCSH] Senses and sensation [LCSH] Psychology [LCSH] Science [LCSH] Biology [LCSH]
Jason Silva (Host), Jerry Kolber (Producer), Adam Davis (Producer), Rebecca Ratliff Cameron (Producer), Michael Nigro (Director), Jason Odell Williams (Writer), Laila Kabbaj (Writer), Joey Marra (Producer), Andrew Egan (Production Coordinator)
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