Eisenberger, N. I., Lieberman, M. D., & Williams, K. D. WEEK 2 DOES REJECTION
HURT? AN fMRI study of social exclusion.
A neuroimaging study examined the neural correlates of social exclusion and
tested the hypothesis that the brain bases of social pain ar
Lecture 2: Cogni3ve Neuroscience
Anatomy & Methods
Which is involved in working memory?
A) Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
B) Brodmann Area 46
C) Area F4
D) Middle frontal gyrus
E) Lateral fr
Social Cogni/ve Neuroscience
What do you prac/ce?
Why do you prac/ce it?
Lecture 3: Social Pain
What makes a mammal a mammal?
Middle ear bones
Longer period of immaturity
What do mammals need to survive?
Uta Frith and Christopher D. Frith Development and neurophysiology of mentalizing.
Week 4 reading
The mentalizing (theory of mind) system of the brain is probably in operation from ca. 18 months of
allowing implicit attribution of intentions and othe
Psychology 137G Chapter 4 Book Notes
Fairness and Material BenefitOne study, participants were put on a team, and independentaly performed an anagrams
task, the team was then paid based on their overall group performance. After recieving
the money, the te
R. Adolphs, D. Tranel, H Damasio, and A DamasioWeek 3 Impaired recognition of
emotion in facial expressions following bilateral damage to the human amygdala.
The human amygdala may be indispensable to 1. recognize fear in facial expressions; 2
Psych 137G Chapter 2 Book Notes
Brain is constantly practicing something, supports evolution.
PET-Popular method for trying to identify which brain regions were involved in
particular mental processes, such as memory, vision, and language. Subjects inhale
Ochsner K.N. and Lieberman The emergence of social cognitive neuroscience American
Psychologist Week 1 Reading
Social Cognitive Neuroscience understands the interactions between 3 levels of analysis:
the social elvel, which is concerned with the motivatio
Vuilleumier, P., Armony, J. L., Driver J. and Dolan R.J. Distinct spatial frequency
sensitivities for processing faces and emotional expressions WEEK 3 READING
We used face stimuli with different spatial frequencies to investigate whether the
Frifth and Frifth, Posterior STS and Tempoparietal Junction, won't ask you to distinguish
Midterm Will go to all the material to this last lecture, and will not cover vuelimer, will
not be picky about the papers.
You should not what sul
Lecture 4: Social Rewards
I. Reward System Overview
Reward System Overview
Comparing apples and oranges