Are there any anatomical differences in brain function between, say, a soccer fan and a history teacher?
Answer from: Yegor Aniskevich:
Of course not. There can be no difference in terms of the functionality of the brain. It all comes down to those emotions, experiences, which are most peculiar to gambling, including soccer. I, for example, had a PhD at university who happily gave into all soccer passions, so the anatomy of the brain plays no role here.
Answer from: Ivan Vorobyov:
I have a natural science education, in my youth I was addicted to literature...
I suppose so, only if the question meant a soccer fan as an emotional person who loves sports a lot, and a history teacher as a person who is calm and likes to teach children, as I agree with the answer below - nothing prevents a history teacher from being a football fan.as I agree with the answer below - nothing prevents a history teacher from being a soccer fan. Many people have relatively different brain function. Not the structure, but the workings of certain lobes. Many psychological tests, like the marshmallow test, show how differently people's brain signals work and how it affects who they will be in the future.