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Brain networks for engaging oneself in positive-social emotion regulation

Yury Koush, Swann Pichon, Simon B. Eickhoff, Dimitri Van De Ville, Patrik Vuilleumier, Frank Scharnowski
2019 NeuroImage  
However, the brain networks regulating positive emotions are not well understood, especially with regard to engaging oneself in positive-social situations.  ...  Understanding the brain networks engaged in the regulation of positive-social emotions that involve a first-person perspective is important as they are known to constitute an effective strategy in therapeutic  ...  FS is also supported by the Foundation for Research in Science and the Humanities at the University of Zurich (STWF-17-012), the Baugarten Stiftung, and the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.12.049 pmid:30594682 fatcat:6tvf2fwoozgdhke4g3icm4rala

The role of the subgenual anterior cingulate cortex in dorsomedial prefrontal-amygdala neural circuitry during positive-social emotion regulation

Frank Scharnowski, Andrew A Nicholson, Swann Pichon, Maria J Rosa, Gwladys Rey, Simon B Eickhoff, Dimitri Van De Ville, Patrik Vuilleumier, Yury Koush
2020 Human Brain Mapping  
Analyzed brain network suggests a more general role of the sgACC in cognitive control and sheds light on neurobiological informed treatment interventions.  ...  Conversely, we found that emotion processes without effortful regulation increased network modulation by the sgACC and amygdala.  ...  | Limitations In the current study, we focused on engaging oneself in positive-social emotion upregulation.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.25001 pmid:32309893 pmcid:PMC7336138 fatcat:apdwj2nkarcu5g6f437kxbskdu

Neuroscience Research and Ethical Leadership

Christian Voegtlin, Ina Maria Kaufmann
2010 Social Science Research Network  
The chapter thereby engages also with the broader discussion on the neuroscience of leadership. We suggest new avenues for future research in the field of leadership ethics and responsibility.  ...  The chapter thereby engages also with the broader discussion on the neuroscience of leadership. We suggest new avenues for future research in the field of leadership ethics and responsibility.  ...  It is further engaged in evaluating and processing these experiences for negative or positive feelings.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1718429 fatcat:afiyiakegzbzloju6d5ioa7mhy

How understanding the neurobiology of complex post-traumatic stress disorder can inform clinical practice: a social cognitive and affective neuroscience approach

R. A. Lanius, R. L. Bluhm, P. A. Frewen
2011 Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica  
regulation, social emotional processing and self-referential processing.  ...  emotional ⁄ self-awareness, emotion regulation, social emotional processing and self-referential processing.  ...  Social emotions can be both positive and negative in valence.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1600-0447.2011.01755.x pmid:21854369 fatcat:orogdxy5u5c2lkkfrfldeunqbi

Counterfactual thinking and the episodic system

Nicole Van Hoeck, Ning Ma, Frank Van Overwalle, Marie Vandekerckhove
2010 Behavioural Neurology  
The anticipation of positive outcomes and the emotional processing of feelings of regret will activate the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC; is involved in emotion regulation by representing the anticipated event  ...  We can conclude that counterfactual thinking engages a similar brain network as episodic memory.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ben-2010-0301 pmid:21422561 pmcid:PMC5434357 fatcat:n4k5eob56vdx5lqsgzq67eoljm

Empathy circuits

Haakon G Engen, Tania Singer
2013 Current Opinion in Neurobiology  
The social neuroscientific investigation of empathy has revealed that the same neural networks engaged during first-hand experience of affect subserve empathic responses.  ...  Recent meta-analyses focusing on empathy for pain for example reliably identified a network comprising anterior insula and anterior midcingulate cortex.  ...  in others via training oneself to engage alternate social emotions [50 ] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.conb.2012.11.003 pmid:23219409 fatcat:avhsmzprczhavo24wtinqh3sby

Awe as a Social Emotion: An Overview of Insights from Social Neuroscience and Self-categorisation Theory

Anastasia Ejova
2019 e-Rhizome  
Under the theory of constructed emotion in social neuroscience, the experience of encountering a force greater than oneself results in behaviour that serves group interests when those interests are part  ...  accommodation" component of awe is, in many cases, a social process.  ...  in a positive light.  ... 
doi:10.5507/rh.2019.009 fatcat:lcwtwwwv3famphkog2efrvdhru

Developmental perspectives on vulnerability to nonsuicidal self-injury in youth [chapter]

Andrea L. Barrocas, Jessica L. Jenness, Tchikima S. Davis, Caroline W. Oppenheimer, Jessica R. Technow, Lauren D. Gulley, Lisa S. Badanes, Benjamin L. Hankin
2011 Advances in Child Development and Behavior  
Recently, there has been an increase in research aimed at understanding why individuals, especially youth and young adults, engage in NSSI.  ...  Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is defined as intentionally causing bodily harm to oneself without the intent to kill oneself.  ...  It is possible that these youth engaged in NSSI for positive social reinforcement (e.g., obtaining support).  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-386491-8.00008-6 pmid:21887965 fatcat:x3updd2tqbdulglaqvihjpoeh4

Lesion Mapping the Four-Factor Structure of Emotional Intelligence

Joachim T. Operskalski, Erick J. Paul, Roberto Colom, Aron K. Barbey, Jordan Grafman
2015 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
The results indicate that two facets of EI (perceiving and managing emotions) engage common and distinctive neural systems, with shared dependence on the social knowledge network, and selective engagement  ...  Here, we report findings from a study investigating the neural bases of these specific components for EI in a sample of 130 combat veterans with penetrating traumatic brain injury.  ...  Tasick for their invaluable help with the testing of participants and organization of this study.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00649 pmid:26858627 pmcid:PMC4726907 fatcat:ynyy5v5eybbd5id6ho7t4cb7pu

Eighty phenomena about the self: representation, evaluation, regulation, and change

Paul Thagard, Joanne V. Wood
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
The effecting self concerns ways in which people facilitate or limit their own traits and behaviors (e.g., selfenhancement, self-regulation).  ...  We propose a new approach for examining self-related aspects and phenomena. The approach includes (1) a taxonomy and (2) an emphasis on multiple levels of mechanisms.  ...  At the individual level, self-esteem involves the application of self-concepts with positive or negative emotional valence, for example thinking of oneself as a success or failure in important pursuits  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00334 pmid:25870574 pmcid:PMC4375917 fatcat:pnuzuw65mvc7bpyhb7co6ic6zu

Patterns of Brain Activity Associated with Nostalgia: A Social-Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective

Ziyan Yang, Tim Wildschut, Keise Izuma, Ruolei Gu, Yu L L Luo, Huajian Cai, Constantine Sedikides
2022 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
prefrontal cortex, posterior cingulate cortex, precuneus), emotion regulation processing (anterior cingulate cortex, medial prefrontal cortex), and reward processing (striatum, substantia nigra, ventral  ...  Thus, nostalgia involves brain activities implicated in self-reflection processing (medial prefrontal cortex, posterior cingulate cortex, precuneus), autobiographical memory processing (hippocampus, medial  ...  The amygdala is one of the most critical brain regions for emotion. It has a germane role in processing social signals of emotion and in the consolidation of emotional memories (Dalgleish, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsac036 pmid:35560158 fatcat:dushf3wbnzaphhp5vww4qxkb74

Interpersonal Emotion Regulation: A Review of Social and Developmental Components

Abigail L. Barthel, Aleena Hay, Stacey N. Doan, Stefan G. Hofmann
2018 Behaviour change  
We argue here that as social beings, our engagement in emotion regulation may often occur interpersonally, with trusted others helping us to regulate our emotions.  ...  AbstractA staple theme in clinical psychology, emotion regulation, or the ability to manage one's emotions, is directly linked with personal wellbeing and the ability to effectively navigate the social  ...  The Social Neuroscience of Emotion Regulation Coan's Social Baseline Theory (SBT) posits that the human brain acts under the assumption that it is in a social environment.  ... 
doi:10.1017/bec.2018.19 fatcat:7urlriu6uncphgelwgmfowdrmy

The neuropsychology of empathy: evidence from lesion studies

Simone Shamay-Tsoory
2015 Revue de neuropsychologie  
This system also involves the empathy for pain network including the anterior insula and anterior cingulate.  ...  Recent neuropsychological evidence indicates that emotional empathy is supported by a neural network that includes the inferior frontal gyrus and the inferior parietal lobule.  ...  Indeed, a recent meta-analysis [45] proposed that the connections of the vmPFC with the limbic system places it in a position of a key region for emotional self reflection.  ... 
doi:10.3917/rne.074.0237 fatcat:yqpvbz5czjcfpgxfxbnkpn4c3m

On the interaction of social affect and cognition: empathy, compassion and theory of mind

Katrin Preckel, Philipp Kanske, Tania Singer
2018 Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences  
in reducing negative affect, but compassion induction worked through up-regulation of positive affect and associated networks in the brain [14 ] .  ...  References and recommended reading Engen HG, Singer T: Compassion-based emotion regulation up-regulates experienced positive affect and associated neural networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cobeha.2017.07.010 fatcat:735si4ptireyvd6ukm322t65iu

Go with the flow: A neuroscientific view on being fully engaged

Dimitri van der Linden, Mattie Tops, Arnold B. Bakker
2020 European Journal of Neuroscience  
In this paper, we discuss a set of large brain networks that may be involved in establishing the core dimensions of flow.  ...  The interaction between three large scale attentional networks, namely the Default Mode Network, Central Executive Network, and the Salience Network, are proposed to play a role in the strong task engagement  ...  experiences during highly engaging social interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ejn.15014 pmid:33084102 fatcat:byyec2wsw5dl7eyviwnwq2d6zi
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