All Relations between social exclusion and island of reil

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Patrik Wikman, Mona Moisala, Artturi Ylinen, Jallu Lindblom, Sointu Leikas, Katariina Salmela-Aro, Kirsti Lonka, Berna G\\xc3\\xbcro\\xc4\\x9flu, Kimmo Alh. Brain Responses to Peer Feedback in Social Media Are Modulated by Valence in Late Adolescence. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35706832 negative feedback was related to greater activity in the vlpfc, mpfc, and anterior insula than positive feedback, replicating previous findings on peer feedback and social rejection. 2022-06-16 2022-06-20 Not clear
Marlen Z Gonzalez, Andrea M Coppola, Joseph P Allen, James A Coa. Yielding to social presence as a bioenergetic strategy. Current research in ecological and social psychology vol 2 issue 2022 35187511 we then show functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) data indicating the presence of relational partners decreases blood-oxygen-level-dependent (bold) response to threat in key targets of resource conservation (e.g, dlpfc, dacc, and insula) and that stronger signal reduction in these areas coincide with less bold in pre-frontal (vmpfc, dlpfc) and visuo-sensory integration (occipital cortex, precuneus, superior parietal lobule) regions during ostracism. 2022-02-21 2022-02-23 Not clear
Sabrina Golde, Tobias Gleich, Lydia Romund, Anna Stippl, Patricia Pelz, Diana Raufelder, Robert C Lorenz, Anne Bec. Adolescents' neural reactivity to acute psychosocial stress: dysfunctional regulation habits are linked to temporal gyrus response. Development and psychopathology vol issue 2021 34365995 in line with our hypothesis, the current adolescent neural stress profile resembled social rejection and was characterized by pronounced activation in insula, angular and temporal cortices. 2021-08-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Livia Tomova, Kay Tye, Rebecca Sax. The neuroscience of unmet social needs. Social neuroscience vol 16 issue 3 2021 31729923 in humans, social rejection can lead to either increased or decreased social motivation, and is associated with activity in the insular cortex; while chronic loneliness is typically associated with decreased social motivation but has been associated with altered dopaminergic responses in the striatum. 2021-06-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Thang M Le, Simon Zhornitsky, Wuyi Wang, Chiang-Shan R L. Perceived burdensomeness and neural responses to ostracism in the Cyberball task. Journal of psychiatric research vol 130 issue 2021 32763557 the results showed that social exclusion elicited activity in the anterior insula, middle frontal gyrus, postcentral gyrus, and dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, replicating previous studies on ostracism. 2021-05-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Caroline W Oppenheimer, Jennifer S Silk, Kyung Hwa Lee, Ronald E Dahl, Erika Forbes, Neal Ryan, Cecile D Ladouceu. Suicidal Ideation Among Anxious Youth: A Preliminary Investigation of the Role of Neural Processing of Social Rejection in Interaction with Real World Negative Social Experiences. Child psychiatry and human development vol 51 issue 2 2021 31420764 results showed that youth experienced greater severity of suicidal ideation when they exhibited heightened activation to social rejection in the right anterior insula and also experienced high levels of peer victimization or ema-measured daily negative social experiences. 2021-01-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jessica Fritz, Jason Stretton, Adrian Dahl Askelund, Susanne Schweizer, Nicholas D Walsh, Bernet M Elzinga, Ian M Goodyer, Paul O Wilkinson, Anne-Laura van Harmele. Mood and neural responses to social rejection do not seem to be altered in resilient adolescents with a history of adversity. Development and psychopathology vol 32 issue 2 2020 30895920 social rejection feedback activated the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex and the left anterior insula. 2020-11-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Patrick Bach, Ulrich Frischknecht, Svenja Klinkowski, Melanie Bungert, Damian Karl, Christian Vollmert, Sabine Vollst\\xc3\\xa4dt-Klein, Stefanie Lis, Falk Kiefer, Derik Herman. Higher Social Rejection Sensitivity in Opioid-Dependent Patients Is Related to Smaller Insula Gray Matter Volume: A Voxel-Based Morphometric Study. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 14 issue 11 2020 31820807 higher social rejection sensitivity in opioid-dependent patients is related to smaller insula gray matter volume: a voxel-based morphometric study. 2020-06-03 2022-01-13 Not clear
Irene Perini, Per A Gustafsson, J Paul Hamilton, Robin K\\xc3\\xa4mpe, Maria Zetterqvist, Markus Heili. The salience of self, not social pain, is encoded by dorsal anterior cingulate and insula. Scientific reports vol 8 issue 1 2019 29670166 specifically, it has been proposed that a matrix of brain regions overlapping with the classical pain matrix, and including the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dacc) and the anterior insular cortex (ai) is critical for processing of social rejection. 2019-10-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
David S Chester, C Nathan DeWall, Richard S Pon. The push of social pain: Does rejection's sting motivate subsequent social reconnection? Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience vol 16 issue 3 2017 26912270 in study 2, three neural signatures of social pain (i.e., activity in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, left and right anterior insula during social rejection), each predicted greater behavioral proximity to rejecters. 2017-04-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Roberta Sellaro, Laura Steenbergen, Bart Verkuil, Marinus H van IJzendoorn, Lorenza S Colzat. Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation (tVNS) does not increase prosocial behavior in Cyberball. Frontiers in psychology vol 6 issue 2015 25972825 it has been proposed that observing ostracism increases activity in the insula and in the prefrontal cortex (pfc), two key brain regions activated by directly experiencing ostracism. 2015-05-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
David S Chester, Naomi I Eisenberger, Richard S Pond, Stephanie B Richman, Brad J Bushman, C Nathan Dewal. The interactive effect of social pain and executive functioning on aggression: an fMRI experiment. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 9 issue 5 2014 23482622 this experiment tested whether neural activity in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dacc) and anterior insula in response to social rejection predicted greater subsequent aggression. 2014-12-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Michael J Crowley, Jia Wu, Peter J Molfese, Linda C Maye. Social exclusion in middle childhood: rejection events, slow-wave neural activity, and ostracism distress. Social neuroscience vol 5 issue 5-6 2011 20628967 source modeling with geosouce software suggested that slow-wave neural activity in cortical regions previously identified in functional imaging studies of ostracism, including subgenual cortex, ventral anterior cingulate cortex, and insula, was greater for rejection events vs. \xe2\x80\x9cnot my turn\xe2\x80\x9d events. 2011-08-02 2022-01-12 Not clear
George M Slavich, Aoife O'Donovan, Elissa S Epel, Margaret E Kemen. Black sheep get the blues: a psychobiological model of social rejection and depression. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews vol 35 issue 1 2010 20083138 in this model, social rejection events activate brain regions involved in processing negative affect and rejection-related distress (e.g., anterior insula, dorsal anterior cingulate cortex). 2010-12-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
C Nathan Dewall, Geoff Macdonald, Gregory D Webster, Carrie L Masten, Roy F Baumeister, Caitlin Powell, David Combs, David R Schurtz, Tyler F Stillman, Dianne M Tice, Naomi I Eisenberge. Acetaminophen reduces social pain: behavioral and neural evidence. Psychological science vol 21 issue 7 2010 20548058 we used functional magnetic resonance imaging to measure participants' brain activity (experiment 2), and found that acetaminophen reduced neural responses to social rejection in brain regions previously associated with distress caused by social pain and the affective component of physical pain (dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, anterior insula). 2010-11-02 2022-01-12 Not clear
Baldwin M Way, Shelley E Taylor, Naomi I Eisenberge. Variation in the mu-opioid receptor gene (OPRM1) is associated with dispositional and neural sensitivity to social rejection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 106 issue 35 2009 19706472 consistent with these results, g allele carriers showed greater reactivity to social rejection in neural regions previously shown to be involved in processing social pain as well as the unpleasantness of physical pain, particularly the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dacc) and anterior insula. 2009-11-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
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