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The Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory: Neural Correlates of Recall, Emotional Intensity, and Reliving

S. M. Daselaar, H. J. Rice, D. L. Greenberg, R. Cabeza, K. S. LaBar, D. C. Rubin
2007 Cerebral Cortex  
We sought to map the time course of autobiographical memory retrieval, including brain regions that mediate phenomenological experiences of reliving and emotional intensity.  ...  A novel fMRI approach based on timing differences capitalized on the protracted reconstructive process of autobiographical memory to segregate brain areas contributing to initial access and later elaboration  ...  with activation in different areas of the brain and did so at different times.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhm048 pmid:17548799 fatcat:5qw72mc565fp7fziiqkuxxaddq

Different time course of emotion regulation towards odors and pictures: Are odors more potent than pictures?

Dirk Adolph, Bettina M. Pause
2012 Biological Psychology  
Furthermore, as compared to pictures emotion regulation towards odors followed a strikingly different time course suggesting less effective emotion regulation in response to disgusting odors.  ...  Thus, the current data suggest a unique role of olfaction in emotion perception, and show that cognitive emotion regulation -although being generally effective -may also be limited.  ...  This preferential neuronal processing of odors in emotion generating brain areas can be explained by the strong overlap between olfactory cortex and limbic brain structures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2012.05.003 pmid:22613371 fatcat:7gvttyqktrczvob6e4b3azg5xe

Neural correlates of the perception of dynamic versus static facial expressions of emotion

Henrik Kessler, Cornelia Doyen-Waldecker, Christian Hofer, Holger Hoffmann, Harald C Traue, Birgit Abler
2011 GMS Psycho-Social-Medicine  
This study investigated brain areas involved in the perception of dynamic facial expressions of emotion.  ...  Irrespective of a specific emotion, dynamic stimuli selectively activated bilateral superior temporal sulcus, visual area V5, fusiform gyrus, thalamus and other frontal and parietal areas.  ...  3 cycles in time course) and removal of linear trends.  ... 
doi:10.3205/psm000072 pmid:21522486 pmcid:PMC3080662 fatcat:rp6c3cciybbfhcpr7ca26i5yd4

Basic emotions: Differences in time sequence and functional imaging with low resolution brain electrical tomography (LORETA)

Tommaso Costa, Manuella Crini
2011 Nature Precedings  
To study the time course of the affective processing the low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA) has been used.  ...  The aim of the present study is to investigate the relationship between the time course of brain activation during the observation of pictures depicting scenes associated with the four basic emotion of  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Mario Ferraro, Franco Cauda and Katiuscia Sacco for critical reading of the manuscript, and many useful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1038/npre.2011.5566.1 fatcat:ewc3ewddxvdtzmdvuiiwcpjmn4

Computational imaging during video game playing shows dynamic synchronization of cortical and subcortical networks of emotions

Joana Leitão, Ben Meuleman, Dimitri Van De Ville, Patrik Vuilleumier, Kevin S LaBar
2020 PLoS Biology  
, and midline brain areas.  ...  These neural results support theoretical accounts grounding emotions onto embodied and action-oriented functions triggered by synchronized component processes.  ...  This study was conducted on the imaging platform at the Brain and Behavior Lab (BBL) and benefited from support of the BBL technical staff.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.3000900 pmid:33180768 fatcat:k4g7424jyjbqlmmy55677tw764

Page 172 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 16, Issue 2 [page]

2004 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Furthermore, visual comparison of the HRF curves between rostral frontal and retrosplenial posterior cingulate cortex revealed different time courses within valence across these areas.  ...  hemisphere would dominate processing because of emotional content, and (c) that the left hemisphere would be more involved in processing positive emo- tions, and the right hemisphere would be more involved  ... 

Emotion Separation Is Completed Early and It Depends on Visual Field Presentation

Lichan Liu, Andreas A. Ioannides, Mark A. Williams
2010 PLoS ONE  
It is now apparent that the visual system reacts to stimuli very fast, with many brain areas activated within 100 ms.  ...  Here, using magnetoencephalography we show that the visual system separates different facial expressions of emotion well within 100 ms after image onset, and that this separation is processed differently  ...  Conceived and designed the experiments: LL AAI. Performed the experiments: LL AAI. Analyzed the data: LL AAI. Contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools: LL AAI. Wrote the paper: LL AAI.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009790 pmid:20339549 pmcid:PMC2842434 fatcat:z5wg7xwr6fcpfoecyg6m6vsh2y

A Neuroimaging Study of Personality Traits and Self-Reflection

Joseph Ciorciari, John Gountas, Patrick Johnston, David Crewther, Matthew Hughes
2019 Behavioral Sciences  
This study examines the blood-oxygen level dependent (BOLD) activation of the brain associated with the four distinctive thinking styles associated with the four personality orientations of the Gountas  ...  Personality Orientations (GPO) survey: Emotion/Feeling-Action, Material/Pragmatic, Intuitive/Imaginative, and Thinking/Logical.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors acknowledge the facilities and scientific and technical assistance of the National Imaging Facility, a National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) capability  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs9110112 pmid:31694206 pmcid:PMC6912258 fatcat:3jmztqb32jhetgbehngjwnz3pi

Imaging cortical activity following affective stimulation with a high temporal and spatial resolution

Julian Keil, Hannah Adenauer, Claudia Catani, Frank Neuner
2009 BMC Neuroscience  
The affective and motivational relevance of a stimulus has a distinct impact on cortical processing, particularly in sensory areas.  ...  This differentiation shifted in the time course from occipital regions to parietal and temporal regions.  ...  The corresponding author had full access to all of the data in the study and takes responsibility for the integrity of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2202-10-83 pmid:19615072 pmcid:PMC2717100 fatcat:ueaggf57snclrajy5q4lgf7piy

Neural correlates of frustration

Birgit Abler, Henrik Walter, Susanne Erk
2005 NeuroReport  
Increased activation for this contrast was found in areas previously related to emotional pain: the right anterior insula and the right ventral prefrontal cortex.We interpreted this as a neural correlate  ...  Psychological considerations suggest that the omission of rewards in humans comprises two e¡ects: ¢rst, an allocentric e¡ect triggering learning and behavioural changes potentially processed by dopaminergic  ...  to the environment and (2) activity within limbic brain areas processing the emotional reaction.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00001756-200505120-00003 pmid:15858403 fatcat:smjuenmmkve7xiixtqxxzkvtlm

Time Course of the Involvement of the Right Anterior Superior Temporal Gyrus and the Right Fronto-Parietal Operculum in Emotional Prosody Perception

Marjolijn Hoekert, Leonie Bais, René S. Kahn, André Aleman, Ernest Greene
2008 PLoS ONE  
Vingerhoets and dr. E. Bos for allowing us to make use of their stimuli. The authors are also grateful to dr. R.Renken who helped us with experimental setup and to dr. R. Kortekaas for editorial aid.  ...  Furthermore the authors thank the participants of this study. Author Contributions  ...  Discussion To our knowledge this is the first study investigating the time course of processing emotional prosody in natural sentences.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002244 pmid:18493307 pmcid:PMC2373925 fatcat:nvdb7t3rkvdixkocqb2ctivr3u

Processing Words with Emotional Connotation: An fMRI Study of Time Course and Laterality in Rostral Frontal and Retrosplenial Cortices

M. Allison Cato, Bruce Crosson, Didem Gökçay, David Soltysik, Christina Wierenga, Kaundinya Gopinath, Nathan Himes, Heather Belanger, Russell M. Bauer, Ira S. Fischler, Leslie Gonzalez-Rothi, Richard W. Briggs
2004 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
In addition, examination of time courses in these two areas revealed differences that may corre- spond to unique roles during processing of emotional connotation.  ...  Despite this common pattern, the time courses between these areas are quite different.  ... 
doi:10.1162/089892904322984481 pmid:15068589 fatcat:dziwhcjcercbbhaoqxpmzgkhlu

Emotion processing in words: a test of the neural re-use hypothesis using surface and intracranial EEG

Aurélie Ponz, Marie Montant, Catherine Liegeois-Chauvel, Catarina Silva, Mario Braun, Arthur M. Jacobs, Johannes C. Ziegler
2013 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
This study investigates the spatiotemporal brain dynamics of emotional information processing during reading using a combination of surface and intracranial electroencephalography (EEG).  ...  The early emotion effect in a brain region (insula) that responds to specific emotions in a variety of situations and stimuli clearly challenges classic sequential theories of reading in favor of the neural  ...  The present time-course data speak against this interpretation because emotional information located in frontal areas of the brain seems to be activated very early (around 200 ms).  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nst034 pmid:23482627 pmcid:PMC4014107 fatcat:um7yc4ggjvaiflneqc73lfxlka

Perception of Emotional Facial Expressions in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) at Behavioural and Brain Metabolic Level

Helena E. A. Aho-Özhan, Jürgen Keller, Johanna Heimrath, Ingo Uttner, Jan Kassubek, Niels Birbaumer, Albert C. Ludolph, Dorothée Lulé, Mark W. Greenlee
2016 PLoS ONE  
In fMRI, reduced brain activity was seen in areas involved in processing of negative emotions replicating our previous results.  ...  During processing of sad faces, increased brain activity was seen in areas associated with social emotions in right inferior frontal gyrus and reduced activity in hippocampus bilaterally.  ...  The authors deeply appreciate the time and effort of those who participated in the current study.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164655 pmid:27741285 pmcid:PMC5065224 fatcat:n4wl6n4girhn3dckh2szfpbbbq

Dynamic Changes in Amygdala Psychophysiological Connectivity Reveal Distinct Neural Networks for Facial Expressions of Basic Emotions

Matteo Diano, Marco Tamietto, Alessia Celeghin, Lawrence Weiskrantz, Mona-Karina Tatu, Arianna Bagnis, Sergio Duca, Giuliano Geminiani, Franco Cauda, Tommaso Costa
2017 Scientific Reports  
A host of techniques can be used to examine how spatially remote brain regions interact during emotion processing by gauging brain activity across time.  ...  A given area can be involved in processing different emotions rather than only one single emotion 16 .  ...  Our results thus extend prior findings showing time-and emotion-dependent dynamic interactions of amygdala and visual areas specific for fear processing.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep45260 pmid:28345642 pmcid:PMC5366904 fatcat:cnbsrwvrtjgh5a4jg7vcvw4btq
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