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단행본
Personal Author
Adolphs, Ralph. Anderson, David J., 1956-.
Title Statement
The neuroscience of emotion : a new synthesis / Ralph Adolphs and David J. Anderson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Princeton :   Princeton University Press,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 356 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
기타형태 저록
Online version:   Adolphs, Ralph.   Neuroscience of emotion.   Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2018]   9781400889914   (211009) 000045981125  
ISBN
0691174083 (hardcover) 9780691174082 (hardcover)
General Note
Includes glossary.  
Content Notes
Part I. Foundations. 1. What don't we know about emotions? ; 2. A framework for studying emotions ; 3. Building blocks and features of emotions -- Part II. Neuroscience. 4. The logic of neuroscientific explanations ; 5. The neurobiology of emotion in animals : general considerations ; 6. The neuroscience of emotion in rodents ; 7. Emotions in insects and other invertebrates ; 8. Tools and methods in human neuroscience ; 9. The neuroscience of emotion in humans -- Part III. Open questions. 10. Theories of emotions and feelings ; 11. Summary and future directions.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-345) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Affective neuroscience. Emotions. Emotions in animals. Neuropsychology. Neurosciences --Methodology. Neurobiology. Psychology, Comparative. Emotions.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations	p. ix
Preface	p. xi
Acknowledgments	p. xv
Part I	Foundations	
Chapter 1	    What Don''t We Know about Emotions?	p. 3
        Emotions According to Inside Out	p. 4
        Toward a Science of Emotion	p. 13
        Emotions Are Decoupled Reflexes	p. 18
        Questions We Will Not Answer in This Book	p. 23
        What Do We Want to Know about Emotions?	p. 25
Chapter 2	    A Framework for Studying Emotions	p. 29
        Warm-Up: Neuroscience Questions about Emotion	p. 30
        Toward a Functional Definition of Emotion	p. 39
        Proper Functions and Malfunctions	p. 43
        Emotions and Consciousness	p. 49
        An Experimental Example	p. 52
        Summary	p. 57
Chapter 3	    Building Blocks and Features of Emotions	p. 58
        Building Blocks versus Features	p. 62
        A Provisional List of Emotion Properties	p. 65
        Summary	p. 98
Part II	Neuroscience	
Chapter 4	    The Logic of Neuroscientific Explanations	p. 103
        Levels of Biological Organization	p. 105
        The Concept of Mechanism in Neuroscience	p. 108
        Testing Causal Relationships between Neural Activity and Behavior	p. 114
        Levels of Abstraction	p. 115
        Mixing of Terms in Neuroscience Explanations	p. 120
        Necessity, Sufficiency, and Normalcy	p. 123
        Summary	p. 125
Chapter 5	    The Neurobiology of Emotion in Animals: General Considerations	p. 127
        Why Do We Need Studies of the Neurobiology of Emotion in Animals?	p. 131
        What Do We Want to Understand about Emotion by Studying Animals?	p. 140
        The Relationship of Emotion States to Motivation, Arousal, and Drive	p. 143
        Psychiatric Drugs, Animal Models, and Emotions	p. 153
        Summary	p. 159
Chapter 6	    The Neuroscience of Emotion in Rodents	p. 161
        Emotion, Fear, and the Amygdala	p. 163
        Innate Defensive Behaviors and Emotions	p. 179
        Distributed versus Localized Emotions in the Brain	p. 188
        Anxiety	p. 189
        Other Emotion States: Aggression and Anger	p. 193
        Positively Valenced Emotion States	p. 195
        Summary	p. 196
Chapter 7	    Emotions in Insects and Other invertebrates	p. 197
        Learned Avoidance Behavior in Drosophila	p. 198
        Does Drosophila Have Emotion States?	p. 203
        Anxiety in Insects and Other Arthropods	p. 208
        Emotion States and Social Behavior in Insects	p. 209
        Internal States in Other Invertebrates	p. 210
        Summary	p. 214
Chapter 8	    Tools and Methods in Human Neuroscience	p. 215
        Historical Neuroscience Studies of Emotion in Humans	p. 218
        fMRI Studies of Emotion: The Method	p. 233
        Similarity Analyses	p. 242
        fMRI in Animals?	p. 245
        Summary	p. 249
Chapter 9	    The Neuroscience of Emotion in Humans	p. 251
        fMRI Studies of Emotion: The Logic and the Challenge	p. 251
        Lessons from Two Examples: Music and Faces	p. 253
        Attributing Emotions to Others	p. 257
        Imaging Emotion Concepts	p. 260
        Feeling Emotions	p. 265
        Central Emotion States	p. 270
        Dissociating Emotion States from Concepts and Experience	p. 273
        Summary	p. 278
Part III	Open Questions	
Chapter 10	    Theories of Emotions and Feelings	p. 281
        The Structure of Affect	p. 282
        Theories of Feelings	p. 286
        Philosophy of Emotion	p. 299
        Taking Stock	p. 303
        Summary	p. 306
Chapter 11	        Summary and Future Directions	p. 308
        The Main Points of This Book	p. 308
        Feelings Again	p. 311
        Future Experiments	p. 313
Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations	p. 327
References	p. 337
Index	p. 347

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