The below is an example of these expressions.
The parts of the brain called the limbic system, which includes the regions of the brain that give you a rewarding feeling out of taking a risk, a kind of kick out of taking a risk, and an emotion out of taking a risk, are developing more quickly than the part of the brain called the pre-frontal cortex, which inhibits risk taking.
I understood that 'feel out of something' means feel that something is not mine or feel cut off from something. However, in this example, it might have an opposite meaning. Could anybody explain this?