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Author: Marie J. Hall,P.V. Simonov
ISBN: 0306423634
Pages: 268 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1986 edition (July 31, 1986)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book The Emotional Brain: Physiology, Neuroanatomy, Psychology, and Emotion (Emotions, Personality, and Psychotherapy) epub download

by Marie J. Hall,P.V. Simonov



Emotions, Personality, and Psychotherapy.

Emotions, Personality, and Psychotherapy. Physiology, Neuroanatomy, Psychology, and Emotion. Authors: Simonov, . This book deals with the results of theoretical and ex­ perimental studies of the emotions which my colleagues and I carried out over the last two decades. An interest in the psychology of emotions prompted us to undertake an analysis of the creative legacy of K. S. Stanislavsky. A result of this analysis was the book, The Method of K. StanisZavsky and the PhysioZogy of Emotions, written in 1955-1956 and published by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in 1962.

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The Emotional Brain : Physiology, Neuroanatomy, Psychology, and Emotion. This book deals with the results of theoretical and ex- perimental studies of the emotions which my colleagues and I carried out over the last two decades

The Emotional Brain : Physiology, Neuroanatomy, Psychology, and Emotion. This book deals with the results of theoretical and ex- perimental studies of the emotions which my colleagues and I carried out over the last two decades. I am grateful to the first reader and critic of the manuscript, Leon Abgarovich Orbeli.

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The Emotional Brain: Physiology, Neurology, Psychology, and Emotion Comparing the emotional brain of humans and other animals.

The Emotional Brain: Physiology, Neurology, Psychology, and Emotion. Translated from Russian by Marie J. Comparing the emotional brain of humans and other animals. In Handbook of affective sciences, R. Davidson, K. Scherer, H. Hill Goldsmith (Ed., Oxford University Press, .

Emotional experience and expression would not, from our vantage point, be absent when an individual is alone. The evidence on hemispheric ac-tivity and emotion comes from a diversity of sources, including studies of the emotional consequences of unilateral brain dam-age (. Robinson, Kubos, Starr, Rao, & Price, 1984), of uni-lateral injections of sodium amytal in patients prior to neuro-surgery (. Lee, Loring, Meador, & Flanigin, 1988; Rossi & Rosadini, 1967), and of asymmetries. in regional brain activa-tion in normals using measures based on both brain electrical activity and regional cerebral blood flow (. Davidson, 1984, 1987).

In psychology, emotion is often defined as a complex state of feeling that .

In psychology, emotion is often defined as a complex state of feeling that results in physical and psychological changes that influence thought and behavior. Emotionality is associated with a range of psychological phenomena, including temperament, personality, mood, and motivation. According to the Cannon-Bard theory of emotion, we feel emotions and experience physiological reactions such as sweating, trembling, and muscle tension simultaneously.

This book deals with the results of theoretical and ex­ perimental studies of the emotions which my colleagues and I carried out over the last two decades. An interest in the psychology of emotions prompted us to undertake an analysis of the creative legacy of K. S. Stanislavsky. A result of this analysis was the book, The Method of K. s. StanisZavsky and the PhysioZogy of Emotions, written in 1955-1956 and published by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in 1962. I am grateful to the first reader and critic of the manuscript, Leon Abgarovich Orbeli. In 1960, having transferred to the Institute of Higher Nervous Activ­ ity and Neurophysiology of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, I had the opportunity to conduct experiments on prob­ lems that had interested me for a long time. In close scien­ tific association with Peter Mikhailovich Ershov, director and teacher of theater, I began a systematic study of the in­ voluntary and electrophysiological shifts in actors during voluntary production of various emotional states. Here comparatively quickly we became convinced that the fruitfulness of such studies rests on an absence of any kind of developed, systematic, and sound generaZ theory of the emotions of man and the higher mammals. We will illustrate our difficulties if only with one example. We had frequently read of the so-called "emotional memory.