STaRT: A bridge between emotion theory and neurobiology through dynamic system modeling

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (2):207-208 (2005)
Lewis proposes a “reconceptualization” of how to link the psychology and neurobiology of emotion and cognitive-emotional interactions. His main proposed themes have actually been actively and quantitatively developed in the neural modeling literature for more than 30 years. This commentary summarizes some of these themes and points to areas of particularly active research in this area.
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