All Relations between affective value and emotional

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Henk Cremers, Marie-Jos\\xc3\\xa9 van Tol, Karin Roelofs, Andre Aleman, Frans G Zitman, Mark A van Buchem, Dick J Veltman, Nic J A van der We. Extraversion is linked to volume of the orbitofrontal cortex and amygdala. PloS one vol 6 issue 12 2012 22174802 as extraversion is regarded a protective factor for developing anxiety disorders and depression and has been related to the generation of positive affect, the present results indicate that the reduced likelihood of developing affective disorders in individuals high on extraversion is related to modulation of emotion processing through the orbitofrontal cortex and the amygdala. 2012-04-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Michael K Suvak, Brett T Litz, Denise M Sloan, Mary C Zanarini, Lisa Feldman Barrett, Stefan G Hofman. Emotional granularity and borderline personality disorder. Journal of abnormal psychology vol 120 issue 2 2011 21171723 this study examined the affective dysregulation component of borderline personality disorder (bpd) from an emotional granularity perspective, which refers to the specificity in which one represents emotions. 2011-09-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jumi Hayaki, Claire E Hagerty, Debra S Herman, Marcel A de Dios, Bradley J Anderson, Michael D Stei. Expectancies and marijuana use frequency and severity among young females. Addictive behaviors vol 35 issue 11 2011 20621423 severity of marijuana use was further predicted by expectations regarding loss of control, affective changes following marijuana use, and other aspects of emotion dysregulation (global negative effects, p<.01). 2011-06-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Daniela Mier, Stefanie Lis, Kerstin Neuthe, Carina Sauer, Christine Esslinger, Bernd Gallhofer, Peter Kirsc. The involvement of emotion recognition in affective theory of mind. Psychophysiology vol 47 issue 6 2011 20456660 activation in some of these conjunctly activated regions was even stronger during affective tom than during emotion recognition, namely in the inferior frontal gyrus, the superior temporal sulcus, the temporal pole, and the amygdala. 2011-02-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ute Habel, Natalya Chechko, Katharina Pauly, Kathrin Koch, Volker Backes, Nina Seiferth, N Jon Shah, Tony St\\xc3\\xb6cker, Frank Schneider, Thilo Kellerman. Neural correlates of emotion recognition in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia research vol 122 issue 1-3 2010 20663646 in patients, emotion recognition impairments were found to be paralleled by cerebral dysfunctions in the affective division of the anterior cingulate cortex, the bilateral dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, the right superior temporal gyrus and the right fusiform gyrus. 2010-12-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
William D S Killgore, Deborah A Yurgelun-Tod. The right-hemisphere and valence hypotheses: could they both be right (and sometimes left)? Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 2 issue 3 2010 18985144 the right-hemisphere hypothesis suggests that the right cerebrum is dominant for processing all emotions regardless of affective valence, whereas the valence specific hypothesis posits that the left hemisphere is specialized for processing positive affect while the right hemisphere is specialized for negative affect. 2010-06-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Meredith Blampied, Lucy Johnston, Lynden Miles, Kathleen Libert. Sensitivity to differences between enjoyment and non-enjoyment smiles in children with autism spectrum disorder. The British journal of developmental psychology vol 28 issue Pt 2 2010 20481399 the sensitivity of male children (5-15 years) with and without autism spectrum disorder (asd) to the affective state of others was tested using an emotion recognition task. 2010-06-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
Robert D Hare, Craig S Neuman. Psychopathy: assessment and forensic implications. Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie vol 54 issue 12 2010 20047718 psychopathy is commonly viewed as a personality disorder defined by a cluster of interpersonal, affective, lifestyle, and antisocial traits and behaviours, including grandiosity, egocentricity, deceptiveness, shallow emotions, lack of empathy or remorse, irresponsibility, impulsivity, and a tendency to violate social norms. 2010-03-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
B Locke Welborn, Xenophon Papademetris, Deidre L Reis, Nallakkandi Rajeevan, Suzanne M Bloise, Jeremy R Gra. Variation in orbitofrontal cortex volume: relation to sex, emotion regulation and affect. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 4 issue 4 2010 20019072 the results confirm prior reports of sex differences in orbitofrontal cortex structure, and are the first to show that normal variation in vmpfc volume is systematically related to emotion regulation and affective individual differences. 2010-03-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Rosalind W Picar. Future affective technology for autism and emotion communication. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences vol 364 issue 1535 2010 19884152 future affective technology for autism and emotion communication. 2010-02-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Julia L Wilbarger, Daniel N McIntosh, Piotr Winkielma. Startle modulation in autism: positive affective stimuli enhance startle response. Neuropsychologia vol 47 issue 5 2009 19428396 behavioral evidence suggests that emotion processing deficits in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (asd) may occur at the level of basic (early, rapid, automatic) affective processes. 2009-07-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Gregor Domes, Lars Schulze, Sabine C Herpert. Emotion recognition in borderline personality disorder-a review of the literature. Journal of personality disorders vol 23 issue 1 2009 19267658 borderline personality disorder (bpd) is characterized by distinct impairments in emotion regulation, resulting in affective instability especially in the social context. 2009-04-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Edmund T Rolls, Fabian Grabenhors. The orbitofrontal cortex and beyond: from affect to decision-making. Progress in neurobiology vol 86 issue 3 2009 18824074 activations in the orbitofrontal cortex correlate with the subjective emotional experience of affective stimuli, and damage to the orbitofrontal cortex impairs emotion-related learning, emotional behaviour, and subjective affective state. 2009-04-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Edmund T Rolls, Fabian Grabenhors. The orbitofrontal cortex and beyond: from affect to decision-making. Progress in neurobiology vol 86 issue 3 2009 18824074 top-down word-level cognitive inputs can bias affective representations in the orbitofrontal cortex, providing a mechanism for cognition to influence emotion. 2009-04-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Katja M\\xc3\\xa9riau, Isabell Wartenburger, Philipp Kazzer, Kristin Prehn, Arno Villringer, Elke van der Meer, Hauke R Heekere. Insular activity during passive viewing of aversive stimuli reflects individual differences in state negative affect. Brain and cognition vol 69 issue 1 2009 18632198 the insula has been implicated in interoceptive processes and in the integration of sensory, visceral, and affective information thus contributing to subjective emotional experience. 2009-03-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Stephen Grossberg, Daniel Bullock, Mark R Drania. Neural dynamics underlying impaired autonomic and conditioned responses following amygdala and orbitofrontal lesions. Behavioral neuroscience vol 122 issue 5 2009 18823167 the model addresses how brain regions responsible for affective learning and habit learning interact and answers a central question: what are the relative contributions of the amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex to emotion and behavior? 2009-02-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Carien M van Reekum, Tom Johnstone, Heather L Urry, Marchell E Thurow, Hillary S Schaefer, Andrew L Alexander, Richard J Davidso. Gaze fixations predict brain activation during the voluntary regulation of picture-induced negative affect. NeuroImage vol 36 issue 3 2007 17493834 recent studies have identified a distributed network of brain regions thought to support cognitive reappraisal processes underlying emotion regulation in response to affective images, including parieto-temporal regions and lateral/medial regions of prefrontal cortex (pfc). 2007-08-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
Lise Gutknecht, Christian Jacob, Alexander Strobel, Claudia Kriegebaum, Johannes M\\xc3\\xbcller, Yong Zeng, Christoph Markert, Andrea Escher, Jens Wendland, Andreas Reif, Rainald M\\xc3\\xb6ssner, Cornelius Gross, Burkhard Brocke, Klaus-Peter Lesc. Tryptophan hydroxylase-2 gene variation influences personality traits and disorders related to emotional dysregulation. The international journal of neuropsychopharmacology vol 10 issue 3 2007 17176492 these findings implicate alterations of 5-ht synthesis in emotion regulation and confirm tph2 as a susceptibility and/or modifier gene of affective spectrum disorders. 2007-07-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marco Mula, Stefano Pini, Giovanni B Cassan. The neurobiology and clinical significance of depersonalization in mood and anxiety disorders: a critical reappraisal. Journal of affective disorders vol 99 issue 1-3 2007 16997382 recent advances in the functioning of the limbic system and the application of geschwind's concept of disconnection in the cortico-limbic networks, pointed the role of the amygdala and its connections with medial prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate cortex, the same structures that are strictly interlinked with the neurobiology of emotions and affective disorders. 2007-06-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
P Y Geha, M N Baliki, D R Chialvo, R N Harden, J A Paice, A V Apkaria. Brain activity for spontaneous pain of postherpetic neuralgia and its modulation by lidocaine patch therapy. Pain vol 128 issue 1-2 2007 17067740 overall brain activity for spontaneous pain of phn involved affective and sensory-discriminative areas: thalamus, primary and secondary somatosensory, insula and anterior cingulate cortices, as well as areas involved in emotion, hedonics, reward, and punishment: ventral striatum, amygdala, orbital frontal cortex, and ventral tegmental area. 2007-03-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
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