Why, the annoyance lobe of course. It's located anterior to the irritation lobe, and posterior to the frustration gyrus. :-) :-) :-)Ramster5678 said:ok, i don't think i asked this right. What in the brain controls the feeling of annoyance?
As a matter of fact, I don't know the answer to your question for sure. I haven't ever looked into it. My reccomendation for the place to look, though, would be in literature about the amygdala and the hypothalamus. The amygdala is a very important emotional center that governs, among other things, the fight or flight response; fear and agression. The hypothalamus has equally been shown to be a center for rage, anger, "attack-mode", among many other things.What happens to the brain that makes it "release" this feeling? And why do some people get annoyed more easily than others?