5 edition of Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience found in the catalog.
October 3, 2002
Written in English
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NCC theories often identify (1) an information processing function, implemented in (2) a specific neural substrate, as the “minimally sufficient” condition for conscious experience. The distinction between these two components can generate ambiguity in extending theories of human NCCs to animals, particularly for evolutionarily distant (i.e. Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion (Series in Affective Science): determining whether there is something about emotion and its neural substrates that requires they be studied as a separate domain. Divided into four major focal points and presenting research that has been performed in the last decade, this book covers the process of emotion /5(3).
and neural substrates of non-conscious short-term retention, in order to determine what kind of memory it is, and possible implications to models of memory and theories of consciousness. Studies I – III show that non-consciously presented information can be retained for up to 15 seconds,File Size: 1MB. Narrative and Consciousness brings together essays by exceptional scholars and scientists in the disciplines of literary theory, psychology, and neuroscience to examine how stories are constructed, how stories structure lived experience, and how stories are rooted in material reality (the human body).
Emotional events often attain a privileged status in memory. Cognitive neuroscientists have begun to elucidate the psychological and neural mechanisms underlying emotional Cited by: Neural substrates of interpreting actions and emotions from body postures Rajesh K. Kana. Our study set out to examine the neural substrates underlying such functions and to further investigate possible individual differences in the ability to read and interpret body language. The main results of our study can be summarized into the Cited by:
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About this book Introduction This review presents an account of the areas and circuits of the brain that are thought to be involved in such cognitive functions as memory, affect and consciousness.
Thus, there is now convincing evidence that these high level functions are represented in a complex organization of interconnected cortical and subcortical areas that operate as spatially distributed systems, specialized for the different cognitive activities.
Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience. by C. Loeb,G. Poggio. Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology (Book ) Thanks for Sharing.
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Neural substrates of memory, affective functions, and conscious experiences. [Carlo Loeb; Gian F Poggio] -- "This review presents an account of the areas and circuits of the brian that are thought to be involved in such cognitive functions as memory, affect and consciousness.
Neural substrates of memory, affective functions, and conscious experience. Loeb C(1), Poggio GF. Author information: (1)Dipartimento Scienze Neurologiche e della Visione, Università di Genova Via de Toni 5, Genova, Italy.
[email protected] by: 5. Get this from a library. Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience. [C Loeb; G F Poggio] -- This review presents an account of the areas and circuits of the brain that are thought to be involved in such cognitive functions as memory, affect and consciousness.
Considerable progress has been. The notion that consciousness is the central condition of the human experience and one of the great mysteries of life is shared by essentially all scientists and Conscious Experience.
In: Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience. Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology, vol Neural Substrates of Increased Memory Sensitivity for Negative Stimuli in Major Depression J.
Paul Hamilton and Ian H. Gotlib Background: Although memory biases for negatively valenced stimuli have been reliably associated with depression and have been postulated to play a critical role in the maintenance of this disorder, the neural bases of these biases have received little attention.
Neural Networks and Brain Function. in the encoding of experience to long-term memory across time and biological levels of organization ranging from individual cells to cell ensembles and.
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Books online: Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience (Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology),Reginald P. Sequeira, in Side Effects of Drugs Annual, Psychological. The neural substrate dysfunctions and disrupted cognitive, affective, and experiential processes observed in metamfetamine- and cocaine-dependent individuals have been reviewed (19 R).Stimulant dependence is characterized by attenuated anterior and posterior cingulate activation, reduced inferior frontal and.
Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience (Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology Book ) eBook: C. Loeb, G. This book, a member of the Series in Affective Science, is a unique interdisciplinary sequence of articles on the cognitive neuroscience of emotion by some of the most well-known researchers in the area.
It explores what is known about cognitive processes in emotion at the same time it reviews the processes and anatomical structures involved in emotion, determining whether there is something 3/5(2).
Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion Edited by Richard D. Lane and Lynn Nadel Series in Affective Science. By bringing together some of the most well-known researchers in the area who present diverse strands of investigation with the aim of documenting current understanding of cognitive processes in emotion, this book will be of use to scientists, researchers, and advanced students of psychology.
Psychologists usually considered the “Self” as an object of experience appearing when the individual perceives its existence within the conscious field. In accordance with such a view, the self-representing capacity of the human mind has been related to corticolimbic learning processes taking place within individual development.
On the other hand, Carl Gustav Jung considered the Self as Cited by: Abstract. In this issue, Terasawa and colleagues used functional neuroimaging to test for common neural substrates supporting conscious appraisal of subjective bodily and emotional states and explored how the relationship might account for personality and experience of anxiety by: The Childbearing Motivational System: Consciousness, Executive Functions, and the Neural Substrate.
adults may well experience limited conscious access Author: Warren Miller. Face Agnosia and the Neural Substrates of Memory. Annual Review of Neuroscience An Integrative Theory of Prefrontal Cortex Function.
Earl K. Miller Jonathan D. Cohen Conscious experiences are often said to reflect the contents of working memory. In this sense, a conscious emotional experience may not be that different from any other Cited by: Exploring the neurological substrate of emotional executive function-ing, perception and memory as well.
Their results were components of a neural circuitry subserving emotional and social intelligence, independent of the neural system supporting cognitive intelligence.
Neural Substrates of Memory: From Synapse to System Josh Dubnau, 1Ann-Shyn Chiang,2 Tim Tully 1 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories, 1 Bungtown Rd., Cold Spring Harbor, New York 2 National Tsing Hua University, Department of Life Science, HsinchuTaiwan ABSTRACT: One of the fundamental challenges of modern neuroscience is to understand how memories File Size: KB.
One of the greatest challenges of consciousness research is to understand the relationship between consciousness and its implementing substrate. Current research into the neural correlates of consciousness regards the biological brain as being this substrate, but largely fails to clarify the nature of the brain-consciousness connection.
A popular approach within this research is Cited by: 2.). Declarative memory refers to the ability to consciously remember and reproduce events and facts. Implicit or procedural memory refers to affective and behavioral knowledge of an event without conscious memory, including learning skills, priming, and conditioning.