The anterior singulate in humans (located near the centerline in the front of the brain and measuring only a fraction of an inch across) may be the site of “free will.” (Quartz, Steven, R., PhD and Terrence J. Sejnowski PhD. Liars, Lovers, and Heroes. p 28. NY: HarperCollins, 2002.)

The orbito-frontal cortex seems to be the area of the brain that bestows a quality known as free will. The Orbito-frontal cortex has rich neural connections to the unconscious brain where drives and emotions are generated. (Carter, Rita, Ed. Mapping the Mind. p 197. CA: University of California Press, 1998.)

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