The brain is one of the most important organs inside the human body, and scientists are still unlocking its secrets. One of the most important discoveries about the brain was the discoveryof a small chamber located on the front end of the organ. Jorge Moll discovered this small chamber inside the brain in 2006 while he was researching the correlation between the mind and morality. His research was highly commended by the scientific community, stating that his discovery will help the scientists of the future, especially when conducting a study about the brain. His research was published in several newsletters and journals, and Jorge Moll thanked everyone who has expressed their support in his ground-breaking research
Jorge Moll was working with other neuroscientists when they discovered the small chamber inside the brain. Jorge Moll and his colleagues looked for a group of individuals who are willing to become their test subjects. They explained to the test subjects that they will be used for a scientific experiment, and they agreed. He told that he and his team wanted to find out if there is indeed a correlation between the brain’s activity and the feeling of morality, and added that the test subjects would be going under hours of study. The test subjects are also curious about the nature of the study, so they agreed with what Jorge Moll wanted to do with their minds.
When the experiment began, the test subjects were asked to think about a situation where they would be thinking about activities that makes them generous. During this phase of the study, Jorge Moll found out that the brain is very active. There is a lot of movement shown on their computer screens, and they were astonished seeing that kind of result. The next stage of the experiment required the test subjects to think about being selfish. Jorge Moll checked the result of the brain’s activity and saw that it became dormant. No movement can be seen, and they concluded that being generous or just thinking about it enhances the mind so much, while being selfish makes the brain inactive.