All Relations between emotional and brainstem

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Christian P M\\xc3\\xbclle. Serotonin and Consciousness-A Reappraisal. Behavioural brain research vol issue 2022 35716774 serotonin acts in concert with other modulatory systems of the brain stem with some possible specialization on single emotions. 2022-06-18 2022-06-20 Not clear
Caisa Hofgren, Hans Samuelsson, Sofia Klasson, Christina Jern, Katharina S Sunnerhagen, Katarina Joo. Cognitive screen and employment long-term after infratentorial stroke. Acta neurologica Scandinavica vol issue 2022 35137393 however, the brain stem and cerebellum are also part of the neural interconnections responsible for cognition, emotions, and behavioral responses. 2022-02-09 2022-02-10 Not clear
Jing Jun Wong, Dorita H F Chang, Di Qi, Weiwei Men, Jia-Hong Gao, Tatia M C Le. The pontine-driven somatic gaze tract contributes to affective processing in humans. NeuroImage vol 213 issue 2021 32135263 inspired by the gerbil retino-raphe pathway that has been shown to regulate affective behavior and previous human work showing that the pontine region is important for processing emotion, we asked whether well-established tracts in humans traveling between the eye and the brain stem contribute to functions beyond their conventionally understood roles. 2021-03-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Naozumi Araragi, Klaus-Peter Lesc. Serotonin (5-HT) in the regulation of depression-related emotionality: insight from 5-HT transporter and tryptophan hydroxylase-2 knockout mouse models. Current drug targets vol 14 issue 5 2013 23547810 among various targets of serotonergic projections, which originate from the raphe nuclei in the brain stem, particular focus is placed on the hippocampus due to its unique dual role in memory and emotion. 2013-10-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Patrik N Juslin, Daniel V\\xc3\\xa4stfj\\xc3\\xa4l. Emotional responses to music: the need to consider underlying mechanisms. The Behavioral and brain sciences vol 31 issue 5 2009 18826699 here, we present a novel theoretical framework featuring six additional mechanisms through which music listening may induce emotions: (1) brain stem reflexes, (2) evaluative conditioning, (3) emotional contagion, (4) visual imagery, (5) episodic memory, and (6) musical expectancy. 2009-02-02 2022-01-12 Not clear
Wei-Xing Pan, Neil McNaughto. The supramammillary area: its organization, functions and relationship to the hippocampus. Progress in neurobiology vol 74 issue 3 2005 15556285 the supramammillary area is thus diffusely connected with areas that control emotion and cognition and receives more topographically specific return information from areas that control cognition while also receiving ascending information from brain stem areas involved in emotion. 2005-03-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
J A Hobson, R Stickgold, E F Pace-Schot. The neuropsychology of REM sleep dreaming. Neuroreport vol 9 issue 3 1998 9512371 the human pet data indicate a preferential activation in rem of the pontine brain stem and of limbic and paralimbic cortical structures involved in mediating emotion and a corresponding deactivation of dorsolateral prefrontal cortical structures involved in the executive and mnemonic aspects of cognition. 1998-04-29 2022-01-10 Not clear
G Lanzi, U Balottin, N Gamba, E Fazz. Psychological aspects of migraine in childhood. Cephalalgia : an international journal of headache vol 3 Suppl 1 issue 1983 6616605 experimental data indicate that certain unconscious emotions cause modifications of the brain stem neurotransmitters, inducing neurohumoral and vascular changes which underlie the migraine attack in biologically predisposed subjects. 1983-11-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
W Krome. [Endorphins--endogenous peptides with morphine-like effects. 2. Biological importance, clinical apsects]. Fortschritte der Medizin vol 96 issue 29 1978 78879 the localization of these peptides (endorphins) within the central and peripheral nervous system reflects the possible biological functions in which they may participate: the response of the cns to painful stimuli (dorsal horn of the spinal cord, central grey matter, thalamus); the control of emotions (limbic system); the regulation of vegetative functions (medulla oblongata); the response of the body to stress the control of endocrine function (hypothalamus, infundibulum, hypophysis); the control of extrapyramidal motor activity (brain stem) or the control of intestinal motility (intramural nervous plexus). 1978-09-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
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