Chocolate cravings: ‘it weren’t my fault guv, my orbitofrontal cortex dun it’

  Given my own over-indulgence this Easter, I needed little excuse to hunt around in the neuroscience literature for some possibly-beyond-consious-control neural mechanism that means my unabashed chocolate scoffing is entirely not my fault (of course, that raises the whole issue of consciousness and the neural basis of free will, but that’s another story for […]

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