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Anxiety promotes memory for mood-congruent faces but does not alter loss aversion

Caroline J. Charpentier, Chandni Hindocha, Jonathan P. Roiser, Oliver J. Robinson
2016 Scientific Reports  
Pathological anxiety is associated with disrupted cognitive processing, including working memory and decision-making.  ...  Participants completed a gambling task, embedded within an emotional working memory task, with some blocks under unpredictable threat and others safe from shock.  ...  Emotional working memory and decision-making task.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep24746 pmid:27098489 pmcid:PMC4838853 fatcat:p363prm63bb2rfzxj353u63aee

Emotion-induced loss aversion and striatal-amygdala coupling in low-anxious individuals

Caroline J. Charpentier, Benedetto De Martino, Alena L. Sim, Tali Sharot, Jonathan P. Roiser
2015 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Developing an emotional decision-making task for functional magnetic resonance imaging, in which gambling decisions were preceded by emotional and non-emotional primes, we assessed emotional influences  ...  Here, we asked how humans alter their economic decision-making in response to emotional cues, and whether this is related to trait anxiety.  ...  Funding This work was supported by a University College London Grand Challenge award to C.J.C. and J.P.R. and Wellcome Trust Career Development Fellowship to T.S.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsv139 pmid:26589451 pmcid:PMC4814785 fatcat:rta3p7i2wfbifd7sltpigfdnmm

Computational Modeling of Prefrontal Cortex for Meta-Cognition of a Humanoid Robot

Evren Daglarli
2020 IEEE Access  
For robot intelligence and human-robot interaction (HRI), complex decision-making, interpretation, and adaptive planning processes are great challenges.  ...  The humanoid robots' perceptual states and cognitive processes including emotion, attention, and intention-based reasoning skills can be observed and controlled via the developed software.  ...  decision making and planning abilities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2998396 fatcat:p37fba6frbdbzkbrdepllwauwi

Emotions in the models of Artificial Intelligence

Cveta Martinovska Bande
2021 International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP)  
It is now understood that emotions play a critical role in intelligent behavior and offer a great potential for designing artificial agents and more natural and expressive interactive technologies.  ...  This paper investigates the aspects and interpretations of emotions, which might contribute to creating intelligent systems.  ...  Emotions are believed to interact with all the aspects of the intelligent behavior, particularly with decision-making, perception, memory and other cognitive processes.  ... 
doi:10.29322/ijsrp.11.12.2021.p12055 fatcat:vmoce5pa75aablqkr6gseix2cq

The Theory Behind the Age-Related Positivity Effect

Andrew E. Reed, Laura L. Carstensen
2012 Frontiers in Psychology  
In this article we articulate the operational definition and theoretical foundations of the positivity effect and review the empirical evidence based on studies of visual attention, memory, decision making  ...  Over the same period, a number of investigations have failed to observe age differences in the cognitive processing of emotional material.  ...  As noted above, positivity theoretically reflects controlled cognition, is driven by chronically activated goals, and is adaptive for well-being.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00339 pmid:23060825 pmcid:PMC3459016 fatcat:tqo5a4av5vczte3kv5pmkcipfm

Affective robotics – modelling emotion and motivation

Tom Ziemke, Robert Lowe, Anthony Morse
2010 Connection science  
Acknowledgements This special issue follows the workshop on 'The Role of Emotion in Adaptive Behavior and Cognitive Robotics' held in Osaka in July 2008, in conjunction with the SAB conference, at which  ...  grant to the FP6 project 'Integrating Cognition, Emotion and Autonomy' (ICEA, IST-027819, www.iceaproject.eu).  ...  decision-making.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540091.2010.489741 fatcat:fqikkjb2zngw5nlazemh7xpami

The impact of emotion on perception, attention, memory, and decision-making

T Brosch, K Scherer, D Grandjean, D Sander
2013 Swiss Medical Weekly  
We then review recent research investigating how emotion impacts our perception, attention, memory, and decision-making.  ...  Emotion determines how we perceive our world, organise our memory, and make important decisions. In this review, we provide an overview of current theorising and research in the Affective Sciences.  ...  of decision-making and the impact of emotion.  ... 
doi:10.4414/smw.2013.13786 pmid:23740562 fatcat:nlqfyve3wjhxhmht7yg5zz7hni

Affective Influences on Energy-Related Decisions and Behaviors

Tobias Brosch, Martin K. Patel, David Sander
2014 Frontiers in Energy Research  
, into a response system driving adaptive decisions and behaviors.  ...  In this contribution, we outline a theoretical perspective on energy-related decisions and behaviors that integrates emotions, elicited by a cognitive-affective appraisal of the relevance of a situation  ...  , and thus perception, attention, memory, or decision-making were investigated without taking into account the effects of emotion.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenrg.2014.00011 fatcat:5njpxqbluzbzti45z7ynqoetim

Neurodynamics of cognition and consciousness

Robert Kozma, Walter J. Freeman
2009 Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems - PerMIS '09  
the field, including dynamic models of consciousness, experiments to identify neurodynamic correlates of cognitive functions, interpretation of experimental findings, development of dynamical neural memories  ...  Experimental evidence in humans and other mammalians indicates that complex neurodynamics is crucial for the emergence of higher-level intelligence and consciousness.  ...  The relationship between emotional and rule-based aspects of decision making is analyzed by Levine (Chapter 8).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1865909.1865939 dblp:conf/permis/0001F09 fatcat:ouyztlnjpbf7rhqi2hxpoug5uq

Pain and Decision-Making: Interrelated Through Homeostasis

Celina A. Salcido, Maxine K. Geltmeier, Perry N. Fuchs
2018 The Open Pain Journal  
Conclusion: Both conceptual and neurobiological overlap suggest a close interaction of decision-making, pain, and homeostasis.  ...  The aim of this mini-review was to highlight the nature of pain, the role that pain has as a motivational drive to impact higher-order cognitive processes, such as decision making, and how these processes  ...  provided by homeostasis, and requirement of action driven by decision-making.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1876386301811010031 fatcat:nj6zo2ghnbg3bia6haf67ndwxq

"I feel and think, therefore I am": An Affect-Cognitive Theory of management decisions

Matteo Cristofaro
2019 European Management Journal  
This new theory emphasizes the role of affective states in determining/being determined by cognition and its errors, pointing out decision makers' affect as the result of multi-level adaptations to the  ...  Here, decision makers are proposed as "emotional cognizers" overcoming the thinking-feeling dichotomy that has often featured in the study of management decisions.  ...  The operations of System 1 are conceived Journal Pre-proof as fast and automatic because they are driven by prior experience and emotions; thus, they are difficult to control or modify; in contrast, the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.emj.2019.09.003 fatcat:abgsfdn3nred7bkels4l3uf4we

Modeling Cognition-Emotion of Users for Improved Interaction With Software Systems [chapter]

Christine Lisetti
1999 CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences  
In this article, a strong case for the need to include emotions in the user model is developed and documented.  ...  Similarly, while making decisions, users are often influenced by their affective states.  ...  As a result, people can no longer be modeled as pure goal-driven, task-solving agents: they also have emotive reasons for their choices and behaviour which (more often than not) drive rational decision-making  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-2490-1_33 fatcat:hut75eqldfd2tn3nmghebsnvk4

Startle points: A proposed framework for identifying situational cues, and developing realistic emergency training scenarios

Jane Barnett, William Wong, David Westley, Rick Adderley, Michelle Smith
2011 International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management  
This paper offers a nonempirical framework that explores how cues generated by startle points affect decision making.  ...  Future research will use the framework to explore how experts and novices experience, and then adapt to startle points, as a function of decision mode, situation awareness, and emotional arousal.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We gratefully acknowledge that the research reported in this paper was carried out as part of the FP7 project, CRISIS, funded by the European Commission under Contract No. 242474.  ... 
dblp:conf/iscram/BarnettWWAS11 fatcat:wlkcgvkuwrgzdkxauigjwnhs2u

Emotion in the Common Model of Cognition

Othalia Larue, Robert West, Paul S. Rosenbloom, Christopher L. Dancy, Alexei V. Samsonovich, Dean Petters, Ion Juvina
2018 Procedia Computer Science  
Emotions play an important role in human cognition and therefore need to be present in the Common Model of Cognition.  ...  In this paper, the emotion working group focuses on functional aspects of emotions and describes what we believe are the points of interactions with the Common Model of Cognition.  ...  Acknowledgements This effort has been partially supported by the U.S. Army (Rosenbloom) and by the Russian Science Foundation Grant # 18-11-00336 (Samsonovich: Social emotionality).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2018.11.045 fatcat:7asmskbsunectn6auxo5vxcsnq

Modeling Mechanisms of Cognition-emotion Interaction in Artificial Neural Networks, since 1981

Stevo Bozinovski
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
The architecture introduced computation of feelings, and their interaction with learning and decision making mechanisms.  ...  The paper describes modeling of cognition-emotion interaction implemented in a neural network named Crossbar Adaptive Array in 1981.  ...  Animal Learning courses were taken by Sutton and Bozinovski with professor John Moore and Cognitive Psychology course on similarity was taken by Bozinovski with professor James Chumbley, both professors  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.11.111 fatcat:imvehd66avhblpsxsvzbsyb2ua
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