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The Cambridge handbook of human affective neuroscience, edited by Jorge Armony, Patrik Vuilleumier, (electronic resource)

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The Cambridge handbook of human affective neuroscience
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The Cambridge handbook of human affective neuroscience
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edited by Jorge Armony, Patrik Vuilleumier
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Handbook of human affective neuroscience
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The Cambridge handbook of human affective neuroscience, edited by Jorge Armony, Patrik Vuilleumier, (electronic resource)
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The Cambridge handbook of human affective neuroscience, edited by Jorge Armony, Patrik Vuilleumier, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I. Introduction to Human Affective Neuroscience: 1. Models of emotion: the affective neuroscience approach David Sander; Part II. Measuring Emotional Responses: 2. Objective and subjective measurements in affective science Katherine Gardhouse and Adam K. Anderson; 3. A two-way road: efferent and afferent pathways of automatic activity in emotion Neil A. Harrison, Sylvia D. Kreibig and Hugo D. Critchley; 4. Electro- and magneto-encephalography in the study of emotion Andreas Keil; 5. PET and fMRI: basic principles and applications in affective neuroscience research Jorge L. Armony and Jun Eun Han; 6. Lesion studies in affective neuroscience Lesley Fellows; Part III. Emotion Perception and Elicitation: 7. The facial expression of emotions Nathalie George; 8. Bodily expressions of emotion: visual cues and neural mechanisms Anthony P. Atkinson; 9. Pain and the emotional responses to noxious stimuli Pierre Rainville; 10. Examining emotion perception and elicitation via olfaction Aprajita Mohanty and Jay A. Gottfried; 11. Emotional voices: the tone of (true) feelings Caroline Bruck, Benjamin Kreifelts, Thomas Ethofer and Dirk Wildgruber; 12. Emotion and music Stefan Koelsch; 13. Love letters and hate mail: cerebral processing of emotional language content Johanna Kissler;
  • Part IV. Cognitive-Emotion Interactions: 14. Affective biases in attention and perception Judith Dominguez-Borras and Patrick Vuilleumier; 15. Top-down attention and the processing of emotional stimuli Luiz Pessoa, Leticia Oliverira and Mirtes Pereira; 16. Emotion regulation K. Luan Phan and Chandra Sekhar Sripada; 17. Neural mechanisms underlying value-based decision-making John P. Doherty; Part V. Emotional Learning and Memory: 18. Neural basis of human fear learning Joseph E. Dunsmoor and Kevin S. LaBar; 19. Reward learning: contributions of cortibasal ganglia circuits to reward-value signals Dominic S. Fareri and Mauricio R. Delgado; 20. Emotion in episodic memory: the effects of emotional content, emotional state, and motivational goals Alisha C. Holland and Elizabeth A. Kensinger; Part VI. Social Emotions: 21. Moral emotions Roland Zahn, Ricardo de Oliveira-Souza and Jorge Moll; 22. Social stress and social approach Markus Heinrichs, Frances S. Chen, Gregor Domes and Robert Kumsta; 23. Empathy from the perspective of social neuroscience Olga Klimecki and Tania Singer; Part VII. Individual Differences in Emotion: 24. Trait anxiety, neuroticism, and the brain basis of vulnerability to affective disorders Sonia Bishop and Sophie Forster; 25. Mapping neurogenetic mechanisms of individual differences in affect Ahmad A. Hariri; 26. Sex differences in emotion Annett Schirmer; 27. Development of affective circuitry Essi Viding, Catherine L. Sebastian and Eamon J. McCrory; 28. Emotion and aging: linking neural mechanisms to psychological theory Peggy L. St. Jacques, Amy Winecoff and Roberto Cabeza
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xii, 667 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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