All Relations between affective value and emotional

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Jack van Honk, Dennis J L G Schutte. From affective valence to motivational direction: the frontal asymmetry of emotion revised. Psychological science vol 17 issue 11 2007 17176428 from affective valence to motivational direction: the frontal asymmetry of emotion revised. 2007-02-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Wolf-Dieter Heiss, Karl Herhol. Brain receptor imaging. Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine vol 47 issue 2 2006 16455637 the quantitative imaging for several receptors has gained clinical importance-for example, dopamine (d2)) receptors for differential diagnosis of movement disorders and for assessment of receptor occupancy by neuroleptics drugs; serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-ht) receptors and the 5-ht transporter in affective disorders and for assessment of activity of antidepressants; nicotinic receptors and acetylcholinesterase as markers of cognitive and memory impairment; central benzodiazepine-binding sites at the gamma-aminobutyric acid a (gabaa) receptor complex as markers of neuronal integrity in neurodegenerative disorders, epilepsy, and stroke and as the site of action of benzodiazepines; peripheral benzodiazepine receptors as indicators of inflammatory changes; opioid receptors detecting increased cortical excitability in focal epilepsy but also affected in perception of and emotional response to pain; and several receptor systems affected in drug abuse and craving. 2006-11-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Fabio Godinho, Michel Magnin, Maud Frot, Caroline Perchet, Luis Garcia-Larre. Emotional modulation of pain: is it the sensation or what we recall? The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 26 issue 44 2006 17079675 in contrast to selective attention, which enhances pain ratings by increasing sensory gain, emotions triggered by seeing other people's pain did not alter processing in si-sii (primary and second somatosensory areas), but may have biased the transfer to, and the representation of pain in short-term memory buffers (prefrontal), as well as the affective assignment to this representation (temporal pole). 2006-11-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
James A Coan, John J B Allen, Patrick E McKnigh. A capability model of individual differences in frontal EEG asymmetry. Biological psychology vol 72 issue 2 2006 16316717 the capability approach confers a variety of advantages to the study of affective style and personality, and suggests new possibilities for the approach/withdrawal motivational model of frontal eeg asymmetry and emotion. 2006-09-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ginette C Blackhart, Jennifer A Minnix, John P Klin. Can EEG asymmetry patterns predict future development of anxiety and depression? A preliminary study. Biological psychology vol 72 issue 1 2006 16223557 cerebral asymmetry, emotion, and affective style. 2006-08-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
M J Powe. Psychological approaches to bipolar disorders: a theoretical critique. Clinical psychology review vol 25 issue 8 2006 16165258 it is concluded that although there is no model that can adequately account for even the key features of the bipolar disorders (such as periodicity, shifts in the valence of the self-concept, mixed affective states, and patterns of recovery and relapse), nevertheless, more recently developed multi-level approaches to emotion offer more sophisticated possibilities for modeling these complex disorders. 2006-03-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
A D Bud Crai. Forebrain emotional asymmetry: a neuroanatomical basis? Trends in cognitive sciences vol 9 issue 12 2006 16275155 there is considerable psychophysiological evidence to indicate that the left and right halves of the human forebrain differentially associate with particular emotions and affective traits. 2006-02-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Rie Suzuki, Lars J Rygh, Anthony H Dickenso. Bad news from the brain: descending 5-HT pathways that control spinal pain processing. Trends in pharmacological sciences vol 25 issue 12 2005 15530638 because pain encompasses affective aspects, we suggest that these 5-ht pathways and other circuits are important in determining the levels of pain, the outcome of drug treatments and provide a mechanism whereby emotions can alter pain perception. 2005-02-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
R M Sulliva. Hemispheric asymmetry in stress processing in rat prefrontal cortex and the role of mesocortical dopamine. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands) vol 7 issue 2 2004 15512858 the prefrontal cortex (pfc) is known to play an important role not only in the regulation of emotion, but in the integration of affective states with appropriate modulation of autonomic and neuroendocrine stress regulatory systems. 2004-12-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jack B Nitschke, Eric E Nelson, Brett D Rusch, Andrew S Fox, Terrence R Oakes, Richard J Davidso. Orbitofrontal cortex tracks positive mood in mothers viewing pictures of their newborn infants. NeuroImage vol 21 issue 2 2004 14980560 these data implicate the orbitofrontal cortex in a mother's affective responses to her infant, a form of positive emotion that has received scant attention in prior human neurobiological studies. 2004-05-04 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jennifer Barrett, G Bruce Pike, Tom\\xc3\\xa1s Pau. The role of the anterior cingulate cortex in pitch variation during sad affect. The European journal of neuroscience vol 19 issue 2 2004 14725640 our results suggest that the anterior cingulate cortex modulates paralinguistic features of speech during affective states, thus placing this neural structure at the interface between action and emotions. 2004-03-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Antonino Ferr. Marcella: the transition from explosive sensoriality to the ability to think. The Psychoanalytic quarterly vol 72 issue 1 2003 12616872 prior to treatment, the patient had resorted to a sort of affective autism in order not to experience dangerously overwhelming emotions, and her emotional lethargy in sessions at first engendered similar feelings in the analyst, making progress impossible until a container was established for her projective identifications. 2003-04-18 2022-01-11 Not clear
R J Davidso. Affective style, psychopathology, and resilience: brain mechanisms and plasticity. The American psychologist vol 55 issue 11 2001 11280935 in general, the pfc represents emotion in the absence of immediately present incentives and thus plays a crucial role in the anticipation of the future affective consequences of action, as well as in the persistence of emotion following the offset of an elicitor. 2001-05-10 2022-01-11 Not clear
I Matthi. Sketch for a metapsychology of affect. The International journal of psycho-analysis vol 81 ( Pt 2) issue 2000 10889956 the affective matrix can find expression either in psychically perceived affects--feelings and emotions--or in physically perceived 'affect-equivalents'--psychosomatic symptoms and somatic illnesses. 2000-12-06 2022-01-11 Not clear
A Heils, R M\\xc3\\xb6ssner, K P Lesc. The human serotonin transporter gene polymorphism--basic research and clinical implications. Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996) vol 104 issue 10 1998 9503253 mood, emotion, and cognition are modulated by the serotonergic midbrain raphe system, which seems to be involved in the pathogenesis of psychiatric disorders like those of the affective spectrum. 1998-04-29 2022-01-10 Not clear
E M Ornitz, P Gabikian, A T Russell, D Guthrie, C Hirano, J G Gehrick. Affective valence and arousal in ADHD and normal boys during a startle habituation experiment. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry vol 36 issue 12 1998 9401331 to measure two dimensions of emotion (affective valence and arousal) in 29 boys with attention-deficit hyper-activity disorder (adhd) and 32 normal boys. 1998-01-15 2022-01-10 Not clear
D Luciano, O Devinsky, K Perrin. Crying seizures. Neurology vol 43 issue 10 1993 8413975 these cases support theories proposing a lateralization of emotion, with right hemisphere dominance for negative affective states. 1993-11-12 2022-01-10 Not clear
A J Tomarken, R J Davidson, J B Henrique. Resting frontal brain asymmetry predicts affective responses to films. Journal of personality and social psychology vol 59 issue 4 1991 2254854 this article assessed whether resting electroencephalographic (eeg) asymmetry in anterior regions of the brain can predict affective responses to emotion elicitors. 1991-01-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
V G Marshall, L Longwell, M J Goldstein, J M Swanso. Family factors associated with aggressive symptomatology in boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a research note. Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines vol 31 issue 4 1990 2365764 affective attitudes of both parents and their adhd sons were studied using a modified measure of expressed emotion, the five minute speech sample (fmss-ee), in 29 families. 1990-08-13 2022-01-10 Not clear
W D TenHouten, M J Seifer, P C Siege. Alexithymia and the split brain: VII. Evidence from graphologic signs. The Psychiatric clinics of North America vol 11 issue 3 1989 3226965 this comparison is based on the hypothesis that, insofar as affective verbal expression is enhanced by cortical activities linking the nonverbal representations of emotions (feelings and symbols) of the right hemisphere of the brain to the verbalization capabilities of the left hemisphere, corpus callosotomy patients--lacking the cortical connections to make such interhemispheric exchange possible--would be alexithymic. 1989-04-06 2022-01-10 Not clear
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