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The Emotional Brain Revisited
Debiec, Jacek, Michael Heller, Bartosz Brozek, and Joseph LeDoux (Eds)
Copernicus Center Press / Hardcover / 2014-06-01 / 8378860426
The Brain - for the layperson
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A collection of essays which tackles various issues at play in the current neuroscientific, psychological and philosophical research on emotions. The authors discuss such topics as the role of amygdala in the emergence of emotions, the place of the affect within the psychological construction of the agent, insights from the research on emotions in animals or the relation between emotions, rationality, morality, and law. Furthermore, various conceptual controversies underlying the empirical studies on emotions are considered.

Contents:

Table of Contents
Jacek Debiec, Michael Heller, Bartosz Brozek, Joseph LeDoux
Introduction.................................................................................... 7


Part I

Joseph LeDoux
Rethinking the Emotional Brain .......................................................... 13

Regina M. Sullivan, Margo S. Landers
Development of the Emotional Brain and Infant Attachment:
Lessons from an Animal Model........................................................... 85

M. Justin Kim, Rebecca A. Loucks, Amy L. Palmer, Annemarie C. Brown,
Kimberly M. Solomon, Ashley N. Marchante, Paul J. Whalen
The Structural and Functional Connectivity of the Amygdala:
From Normal Emotion to Pathological Anxiety.................................... 113

Jacek Debiec
The Matter of Emotions: Toward the Brain-Based Theory of Emotions.... 145

Bram T. Heerebout, R. Hans Phaf
Good Vibrations Switch Attention. An Affective Function for Network
Oscillations in Evolutionary Simulations.............................................. 163
Part II

Nico H. Frijda
Impulsive Action and Impulse Control................................................. 199

James A. Russell
Emotion, Core Affect, and Psychological Construction ......................... 223
Part III

Lukasz Kurek
Some Remarks on the Relevance of the Concept of Emotion.................. 259

Mateusz Hohol, Piotr Urbanczyk
Some Remarks on Embodied-Embedded Social Cognition..................... 279

Wojciech Zaluski
Emotions and Rationality................................................................... 303

Bartosz Brozek
Morality, Law and Emotions............................................................... 319

Dominika Dudek
Madness or Brain Disorders. From Dualism towards Integration............. 349

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