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Neuroscience of Emotion

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Jason Whetten

on 5 November 2018

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Transcript of Neuroscience of Emotion

Communication of Emotion
Three Components
Anger/ Aggression
Hormones & Aggression
Feeling Emotion
Mirror Neurons
Emotion Expression
Neuroscience of Emotion
Behavioral
Automatic
Hormonal
Species Specific
Neural Control of Aggression
Threat Behaviors
Defensive Behaviors
Submissive Behaviors
Predation
Periaquaductal Gray Matter
Role of Serotonin
Inhibits Aggression
Risk Taking Behavior
Hereditary
Serotonin Agonists
Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex
Emotion Regulation
Case of Phineas Gage
Aggression sensitive to breeding patterns
Aggression
in Males
Aggression
in Females
Androgens
Increases sensitivity to testosterone
Testosterone
Changes over Lifespan
Testosterone
Ovulation
Experience affects testosterone
Facial Expression
Neural Basis of Emotional Communication
Right Lobe vs. Left Lobe
Amygdala
Cortical/Sub-Cortical
Superior Temporal Sulcus
Gaze
The Smile
Duchenne's Muscle
Volitional Facial Paresis
Emotional Facial Paresis
Laughter
Anterior Cingulate Gyrus
Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex
Lateralization
James-Lange Theory
Imitation of Facial Expressions
Relational Aggression
Prefrontal Cortex
Anterior Cingulate Cortex
Courage
Confidence
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DESIGN an EXPERIMENT
If you were to design and experiment based on what we have learned so far...
1. What would be your research question?
2. What would be your IV and DV?
3. What would be your hypothesis?
Charles Whitman
Would you convict him?
What about now? Why? or Why not?
Emotions are chemical reactions to the environment
Fear
Amygdaloid Complex
Lateral Nucleus
Central Nucleus
Conditioned Emotional Response
Phobias
Disgust
Another Point of View
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