The role of frontocingulate pathways in the emotion-cognition interface: Emerging clues from depression
Graduate studies at Western
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (2):214-215 (2005)
|Abstract||By emphasizing nonlinear dynamics between appraisal and emotions, Lewis's model provides a valuable platform for integrating psychological and neural perspectives on the emotion-cognition interface. In this commentary, I discuss the role of neuroscience in shaping new conceptualizations of emotion and the putative role of theta oscillation within frontocingulate pathways in depression, a syndrome in which emotion-cognition relations are dysfunctional.|
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