Chapter 18 Brain Mechanisms of Emotion

Chapter 18 Brain Mechanisms of Emotion - Brain Mechanisms...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Brain Mechanisms of Emotion Chapter 18 C Cross-cultural recognition of facial expressions o Theories of emotion T Unconscious emotion h Conditioning h Picture of angry face paired with aversive stimulus (mild electric shock or unpleasant sound) h Resulted in increased skin conductance (sweating) when angry faces shown after conditioning h Testing h Picture of angry face masked by expressionless face h Unaware of angry face, but still increased sweating U The Limbic system links the cortex and the hypothalamus h Emotional experience h Feelings h Emotional expression h Stereotyped motor responses h James-Lange theory h We experience emotion in response to physiological changes h You feel sad because you cry h Cannon-Bard theory h Emotions can be experienced without physiological changes h You donht have to cry to feel sad
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Sheet1 Page 2 Frontal Cortex h Function of frontal cortex: h Selection, planning and execution of appropriate behavior in social context and motor cortex, and parietal and temporal cortex
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course NEUROBIOLO Fund Neuro taught by Professor Schjott during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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