Affective Neuroscience

Affective neuroscience is the study of the neural mechanisms of emotion. This interdisciplinary field combines neuroscience with the psychological study of personality, emotion, and mood.

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Emotion - Notable Theorists
... Lisa Feldman Barrett – Social philosopher and psychologist specializing in affective science and human emotion ... father with Gary Berntson of social neuroscience ... (born 1951) – American psychologist and neuroscientist pioneer in affective neuroscience ...
Meta-analyses of Affective Neuroscience - Lindquist Et Al. 2012
... The anterior insula may represent core affective feelings in awareness across a number of emotion categories, driven largely by sensations originating in the body ...

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