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The Amygdala - Where Emotions Shape Perception, Learning and Memories
For centuries, philosophical and clinical studies have emphasized a fundamental dichotomy between emotion and cognition, for instance between implicit/emotional memory and explicit/representative memory. However, in the last few decades, cognitive neuroscience has highlighted data indicating that emotion and cognition are in fact in close interaction and that reciprocal amygdalar-hippocampal influences underlie their mutual regulation. While supporting this view, the present chapter discussesdoi:10.5772/67582 fatcat:pveva5nkhfhdtgalimgybktmwu