The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis

  • 376 pages
  • English
  • Hardcover
The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis

᠐ Download full ﭏ The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis for free ᠰ ePUB By Ralph Adolphs ᢖ The sparsity of clear or robust answers spurred neuroscientists Ralph Adolphs and David Anderson to frame an integrated science of emotion The result is scholarly, lucid and pertinent to both neurobiology and psychology Barb Kiser, NatureThere is a tight logic running throughout The Neuroscience of Emotion that integrates theories of emotions, recent studies, and commonsense analogies Adolphs and Anderson openly acknowledge that they do not provide a comprehensive theory of emotion Indeed, despite the existence of substantial research on the subject, we are left with the impression that we actually know remarkably little about emotions at present But their enthusiasm for the topic is genuine and makes The Neuroscience of Emotion compelling and engaging Elizabeth Bauer, ScienceTheir analysis is authoritative and unsurpassed in its intricate examination of the field It is also fluent, but dont expect a frolic this is a commanding textbook for scientists and students Helen Thomson, New ScientistIt is not possible to comprehend biological evolution without factoring in emotions and related phenomena Adolphs and Anderson, who have built their respective reputations on the study of human and animal emotions, have written the best and most comprehensive text yet on the subject This is an indispensable book.Antonio Damasio, author of The Strange Order of Things Life, Feeling, and the Making of CulturesAdolphs and Anderson have written a blueprint for a modern science of emotion in mice and men.Rebecca Saxe, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyTight and transparent logic threads through this entire book, yielding not only a compelling story but also authoritative science On the topic of emotion, the book is unsurpassed in its breadth of coverage, depth of expertise, exposition of methods and techniques, and unfailingly good scientific sense An agenda setting discussion.Patricia Churchland, author of Braintrust What Neuroscience Tells Us about MoralityWe know a great deal about the science of perception, actions, learning, and memory but know relatively little about the science of emotion This is why The Neuroscience of Emotion is so welcome Adolphs and Anderson present a completely new understanding of how emotions work and why they are so important for everyday life Their book is the best treatment of the biology of emotion and a must read for anyone interested in the brain and behavior.Eric Kandel, Nobel Prize winning neuroscientist and author of The Disordered Mind What Unusual Brains Tell Us About OurselvesEmotions have moved from obscurity to daylight, not only in psychology, but also in neuroscience This accessible book offers the perfect introduction to the emotions of both humans and animals It keeps feelings separate from bodily expressed emotions, and questions many common assumptions while offering a path to a truly scientific approach.Frans de Waal, author of Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are This timely and thought provoking book provides excellent analysis of neuroscience and psychology studies of emotions in humans and animals, and connects the two domains in an original and engaging way The Neuroscience of Emotion brings sophisticated concepts and cutting edge techniques to the discussion.Kent Berridge, University of Michigan The Neuroscience of Emotion argues that studying how emotions are implemented in the brain can offer a deeper understanding of their functions Written by two major leaders in the field, this fantastic and rigorous book will influence many students and researchers.Luiz Pessoa, University of MarylandIt is not possible to comprehend biological evolution without factoring in emotions and related phenomena Adolphs and Anderson, who have built their respective reputations on the study of human and animal emotions, have written the best and most comprehensive text yet on the subject This is an indispensable book Antonio Damasio, author of The Strange Order of Things Life, Feeling, and the Making of CulturesAdolphs and Anderson have written a blueprint for a modern science of emotion in mice and men Rebecca Saxe, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyTight and transparent logic threads through this entire book, yielding not only a compelling story but also authoritative science On the topic of emotion, the book is unsurpassed in its breadth of coverage, depth of expertise, exposition of methods and techniques, and unfailingly good scientific sense An agenda setting discussion Patricia Churchland, author of Braintrust What Neuroscience Tells Us about MoralityWe know a great deal about the science of perception, actions, learning, and memory but know relatively little about the science of emotion This is why The Neuroscience of Emotion is so welcome Adolphs and Anderson present a completely new understanding of how emotions work and why they are so important for everyday life Their book is the best treatment of the biology of emotion and a must read for anyone interested in the brain and behavior Eric Kandel, Nobel Prize winning neuroscientist and author of The Disordered Mind What Unusual Brains Tell Us About OurselvesEmotions have moved from obscurity to daylight, not only in psychology, but also in neuroscience This accessible book offers the perfect introduction to the emotions of both humans and animals It keeps feelings separate from bodily expressed emotions, and questions many common assumptions while offering a path to a truly scientific approach Frans de Waal, author of Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are This timely and thought provoking book provides excellent analysis of neuroscience and psychology studies of emotions in humans and animals, and connects the two domains in an original and engaging way The Neuroscience of Emotion brings sophisticated concepts and cutting edge techniques to the discussion Kent Berridge, University of Michigan The Neuroscience of Emotion argues that studying how emotions are implemented in the brain can offer a deeper understanding of their functions Written by two major leaders in the field, this fantastic and rigorous book will influence many students and researchers Luiz Pessoa, University of Maryland Neuroscience Journal Elsevier Neuroscience publishes papers describing the results of original research on any aspect scientific study nervous system Any paper, Companies are twisting themselves into knots to empower and challenge their employees They re anxious about sad state engagement, rightly so, given Of Music WIRED Why does music make us feel On one hand, is a purely abstract art form, devoid language or explicit ideas The stories it tells all Wikipedia neurobiology It multidisciplinary branch biology, that combines physiology Empathy Psychology Today Neuroscientists identify specific brain areas linked compassion Posted Oct , Leadership strategy 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