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Dissociable networks for the expectancy and perception of emotional stimuli in the human brain

Felix Bermpohl, Alvaro Pascual-Leone, Amir Amedi, Lotfi B. Merabet, Felipe Fregni, Nadine Gaab, David Alsop, Gottfried Schlaug, Georg Northoff
2006 NeuroImage  
William James posited that comparable brain regions were implicated in the anticipation and perception of a stimulus; however, dissociable networks (at least in part) may also underlie these processes.  ...  Neutral expectancy and neutral picture perception served as control conditions, allowing the identification of expectancy and perception effects specific for emotion processing.  ...  (DFG, 304/4-1), a Human Frontier Science Program award to A.A., grant K24 RR018875 from the National Institutes of Health (NCRR) to A.P.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2005.09.040 pmid:16275018 fatcat:l7npjjqn6ngm3im762sajdloq4

Neural correlates of time versus money in product evaluation

Lehmann
2012 Frontiers in Psychology  
Studies on the functional neuroanatomy of the insula have implicated this brain area in distinct but related psychological phenomena such as urging, addiction, loss aversion, and love.  ...  positive product evaluations in the time primes (compared to money primes) are preceded by increased activation in the insula.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the editor Ale Smidts, two anonymous reviewers, Jennifer Aaker, Oliver Schilke, and Judy Zaichkowsky for their helpful comments on earlier versions of this  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00372 pmid:23162485 pmcid:PMC3498892 fatcat:uw5ps2xl3nc47mvkpgk5uiwcde

A Temporal Dissociation of Subliminal versus Supraliminal Fear Perception: An Event-related Potential Study

Belinda J. Liddell, Leanne M. Williams, Jennifer Rathjen, Howard Shevrin, Evian Gordon
2004 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
ERP data revealed a double dissociation for the supraliminal versus subliminal perception of fear.  ...  Journal of Physiology (Paris), 88, 51-80 Halgren, E., & Marinkovic, K. (1995). Neurophysiological networks integrating human emotions. In M.  ... 
doi:10.1162/089892904322926809 pmid:15072682 fatcat:vhhk52tytvgcppcl4wqzshvxai

Preprocessing of emotional visual information in the human piriform cortex

Patrick Schulze, Anne-Kathrin Bestgen, Robert K. Lech, Lars Kuchinke, Boris Suchan
2017 Scientific Reports  
This study examines the processing of visual information by the olfactory system in humans.  ...  is subsequently transferred and integrated into an extended olfactory network for olfactory processing.  ...  Acknowledgements The present study was funded by a grant (Sonderforschungsbereich 874, CRC 874) awarded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) to Boris Suchan (Project  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-09295-x pmid:28835658 pmcid:PMC5569091 fatcat:ssww6qfzq5ab3aqj2rovg6xh3m

The functional neuro-anatomy of the human response to fear: A brief review

A Del Casale, S Ferracuti, G D Kotzalidis, C Rapinesi, D Serata, E Ambrosi, A Simonetti, V Savoja, M Pompili, G Angeletti, R Tatarelli, P Girardi
2011 South African Journal of Psychiatry  
The perception of fear and subsequent appropriate behavioral responding are crucial for the adaptation of species to their living environment.  ...  Functional neuroimaging studies of the neural basis of fear during the last few decades in humans contributed to significant advancement in the understanding of its mechanisms.  ...  studies of human fear conditioning, different patterns of brain activation were shown when paired and unpaired conditioned stimuli were presented to healthy right-handed human volunteers.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajpsychiatry.v17i1.270 fatcat:5yflcw5in5davekemszz56pmy4

The Neural Correlates of Moral Sensitivity: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Investigation of Basic and Moral Emotions

Jorge Moll, Ricardo de Oliveira-Souza, Paul J. Eslinger, Ivanei E. Bramati, Janaı́na Mourão-Miranda, Pedro Angelo Andreiuolo, Luiz Pessoa
2002 Journal of Neuroscience  
Although the brain correlates of basic emotions have been explored, the neural organization of "moral emotions" in the human brain remains poorly understood.  ...  Our results indicate that the orbital and medial sectors of the prefrontal cortex and the superior temporal sulcus region, which are critical regions for social behavior and perception, play a central  ...  Together, these finding suggest the existence of brain networks specialized for the generation of moral emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.22-07-02730.2002 pmid:11923438 fatcat:7psgovo45rafxpkd3tebpslc44

Pain, dissociation and subliminal self-representations

Petr Bob
2008 Consciousness and Cognition  
perception and experience of pain and lead to changes in brain functions.  ...  There is now important evidence in humans and non-human primates that the responsiveness of neurons in primary somatosensory cortices to both non-painful and painful stimuli is altered by the degree of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2007.12.001 pmid:18207424 fatcat:roz6jiimqbeatlhh3bxrxvaqym

Social Vision: Functional Forecasting and the Integration of Compound Social Cues

Reginald B. Adams, Kestutis Kveraga
2015 Review of Philosophy and Psychology  
We review the traditional theories of emotion and face processing that argued for dissociable and noninteracting pathways (e.g., for specific emotional expressions, gaze, identity cues), as well as more  ...  For decades the study of social perception was largely compartmentalized by type of social cue: race, gender, emotion, eye gaze, body language, facial expression etc.  ...  For humans, other human faces are arguably the most ubiquitous and informative social stimuli we encounter in our daily lives.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13164-015-0256-1 pmid:29242738 pmcid:PMC5726574 fatcat:hdro2xor6nbutkwy727afqtpfy

Arousal Dissociates Amygdala and Hippocampal Fear Responses: Evidence from Simultaneous fMRI and Skin Conductance Recording

Leanne M. Williams, Mary L. Phillips, Michael J. Brammer, David Skerrett, Jim Lagopoulos, Chris Rennie, Homayoun Bahramali, Gloria Olivieri, Anthony S. David, Anthony Peduto, Evian Gordon
2001 NeuroImage  
The findings provide direct evidence for a dissociation between human amygdala and hippocampus networks in the visceral experience versus declarative fact processing of fear.  ...  The experience and appraisal of threat is essential to human and animal survival.  ...  We acknowledge Kryzstoff Kozek for SCORES support and NISAD for infrastructure support.  ... 
doi:10.1006/nimg.2001.0904 pmid:11697938 fatcat:d2uqonc3h5fxhb3u35dopnjeb4

Standing up for the body. Recent progress in uncovering the networks involved in the perception of bodies and bodily expressions

Beatrice de Gelder, Jan Van den Stock, Hanneke K.M. Meeren, Charlotte B.A. Sinke, Mariska E. Kret, Marco Tamietto
2010 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
Acknowledgements Preparation of this manuscript was partly supported by the Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO, 400.04081, 451-05-014 and 451-07-032), Human Frontiers of Science  ...  We are grateful to two anonymous reviewers for comments and suggestions.  ...  In addition, a dissociation must be established requiring evidence that the perception and recognition impairment is not present for non-face stimuli.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2009.10.008 pmid:19857515 fatcat:ttk5jiefl5gqxp3d3s4lem3igq

Confidence in beliefs about pain predicts expectancy effects on pain perception and anticipatory processing in right anterior insula

Christopher A. Brown, Ben Seymour, Wael El-Deredy, Anthony K.P. Jones
2008 Pain  
The results support probabilistic models of pain perception and suggest that confidence in beliefs is an important determinant of expectancy effects on pain perception.  ...  In this study, we treat confidence as a metacognitive process dissociable from the content of belief.  ...  Lloyd Gregory at the University of Manchester for their input and support of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pain.2008.04.028 pmid:18584963 fatcat:vtvcvmdddjfdjhx7fly4qoxy54

The Neural Basis of the Dynamic Unconscious

Heather A. Berlin
2011 Neuropsychoanalysis  
A great deal of complex cognitive processing occurs at the unconscious level and affects how humans behave, think, and feel.  ...  Further studies in this emerging field at the intersection of psychoanalytic theory and neuroscience are needed.  ...  These networks are identified by distinct emotional action patterns that are evoked from homologous brain regions in all mammals, including humans.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15294145.2011.10773654 fatcat:xohf3pe54bbbddsnjm54b3rm64

Emotional Prosody Processing in Epilepsy: Some Insights on Brain Reorganization

Lucy Alba-Ferrara, Silvia Kochen, Markus Hausmann
2018 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
One lateralized function in the human brain is emotional prosody, and it can be a useful ictal sign offering hints on the location of the epileptogenic zone.  ...  ictal sign enabling the assessment of dynamic brain networks.  ...  Left ear advantage (LEA) reflected by stimuli on the left side being preferentially reported, is expected for prosodic processing, and a right ear advantage (REA) is expected for semantic processing (  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2018.00092 pmid:29593517 pmcid:PMC5859098 fatcat:yxbfmm6pdjgt3oujqdxscqcp2y

Why bodies? Twelve reasons for including bodily expressions in affective neuroscience

B. de Gelder
2009 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
The most cursory glance at the literature on emotion in humans, now referred to by the umbrella term of social and affective neuroscience, shows that over 95 per cent of them have used faces as stimuli  ...  There are now hundreds of articles on human emotion perception ranging from behavioural studies to brain imaging experiments.  ...  It also obscures the fact that there may be significant dissociations between the emotion and the motor perception structures in the brain.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2009.0190 pmid:19884142 pmcid:PMC2781896 fatcat:m5o57ygjpvhedhtdpplwujhrrm

Beyond extrastriate body area (EBA) and fusiform body area (FBA): context integration in the meaning of actions

Lucía Amoruso
2011 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
A commentary on The role of occipitotemporal (body)-selective regions in person perception by Downing, P. E., and Peelen, M. V. (2011) . Cogn. Neurosci.  ...  During the last decade, neuroimaging studies have identified two brain regions of the extrastriate visual cortex that are highly sensitive to the perception of human bodies and body parts.  ...  Recently, it has been suggested that EBA and FBA can be functionally dissociated, with a more selective activation for local body parts in EBA relative to more holistic images of the human body in FBA  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2011.00124 pmid:22053154 pmcid:PMC3205482 fatcat:hycjr6nlsfdvnkmj3h7mpfdgcm
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