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Remembering one year later: Role of the amygdala and the medial temporal lobe memory system in retrieving emotional memories

Remembering one year later: Role of the amygdala and the medial temporal lobe memory system in retrieving emotional memories... Read More

Can dogs really recognize human emotional expressions?

Have you experience crying and then your pet dog suddenly comes to you try to pacify you with a lick on your face? Many pet... Read More

A mid year comparison study of career satisfaction and emotional states between residents and faculty at one academic medical center

Donald E Girard* 1, Dongseok Choi* 2, Jamie Dickey3, Kristen Wessel1 ,4 and Donald Austin2  1Graduate Medical... Read More

Emotional leukocytosis

Emotional leukocytosis An abnormally high white blood cell count that is thought to be related only to an emotional... Read More

Emotional overlay

Emotional overlay The emotional or psychological concomitant of an organic... Read More

Corrective emotional experience

Corrective emotional experience Reexposure under favourable circumstances to an emotional situation with which one could not... Read More

Emotional amenorrhoea

Emotional amenorrhoea amenorrhoea caused by a strong emotional disturbance, e.g., fright,... Read More

Emotional attitudes

Emotional attitudes --> passional attitudes attitudes expressive of any of the great passions; e.g., anger, lust. Synonym:... Read More

Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development

Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development  ... Read More

Emotional

Emotional Pertaining to the... Read More

Emotional disturbance

Emotional disturbance See: mental illness, behaviour... Read More

Emotional amnesia

Emotional amnesia a numbness of feeling and emotion whose aetiology is... Read More

The memories you want to forget are the hardest ones to lose

CHAPEL HILL - Painful, emotional memories that people would most like to forget may be the toughest to leave behind,... Read More

Neural mechanisms of genetic risk for impulsivity and violence in humans

Neural mechanisms of genetic risk for impulsivity and violence in humans Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg,*†‡§ Joshua W.... Read More

How Doctors Discuss Medical Errors

We can learn from our mistakes, but how willing are we to talk about them? And what happens when those making mistakes are... Read More

Alcoholics show deficits in their ability to perceive dangerous situations

* Previous brain-imaging studies have suggested cognitive deficits in alcoholic patients. * New findings indicate that... Read More

Orphan Chimpanzees Cleverer Than Humans, Study Finds

February 2, 2009 — Orphaned chimpanzee infants given special ‘mothering’ by humans are more advanced than the... Read More

Traumatic Brain Injury may lead to Seizure

Traumatic Brain Injury May Lead to Seizure Traumatic brain injury (TBI), traumatic injuries to the brain, also called... Read More

Experts discuss use of human stem cells in ape and monkey brains

Panel publishes recommendations to minimize risk of altering animals' 'moral status' An expert panel of stem cell... Read More

Pathobiology Of Broken Heart Syndrome

When someone says "I could die of a broken heart…", chances are, that person may be truly risking life from a broken heart... Read More

The Anatomy Of Sarcasm: Researchers Reveal How The Brain Handles This Complex Communication

WASHINGTON -- The ability to comprehend sarcasm depends upon a carefully orchestrated sequence of complex cognitive skills... Read More

Study Offers Clues To Brain’s Protective Mechanisms Against Alcoholism

Study Offers Clues To Brain's Protective Mechanisms Against Alcoholism     ... Read More

Inappropriate affect

Inappropriate affect An emotional tone or outward emotional reaction out of harmony with the idea, object, or thought... Read More

Study suggests we remember the bad times better than the good

Do you remember exactly where you were when you learned of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks? Your answer is probably yes, and... Read More

Hearing emotion from the left

We are more likely to remember emotional words if we hear them with our left ear than our right ear. This is the finding... Read More

UCLA study shows different areas of the brain respond to belief, disbelief and uncertainty

UCLA brain imaging study suggests a neurology of belief The human mind is a prolific generator of beliefs about the world.... Read More

Empathic index

Empathic index The degree of emotional understanding or empathy experienced by a health services provider or other person... Read More

Flat affect

Flat affect The absence of or diminution in the amount of emotional tone or outward emotional reaction typically shown by... Read More

Rats May Be Pessimistic Too

Rats housed in unpredictable conditions appear to have a more negative outlook than those housed in stable, settled... Read More

Sex-specific asymmetries in communication sound perception are not related to hand preference in an early primate

Sex-specific asymmetries in communication sound perception are not related to hand preference in an early primate Marina... Read More

Implosive therapy

Definition noun A form of behavior therapy in which it utilizes a method for extinguishing anxiety through saturation... Read More

A pain in the ACC

A pain in the ACC Paul W Frankland1 ,2 and Cátia M Teixeira1 1Programs in Integrative Biology and Brain & Behaviour,... Read More

Columbia Researchers Identify Early Brain Marker for Familial Form of Depression

Largest-Ever Imaging Study of Depression Implicates Structural Changes in Brain’s Cortex March 23, 2009 -- NEW YORK... Read More

Types of Transplants

Submitted to biologyonline.com on March 7, 2009 Published by biologyonline.com on March 29, 2009   Transplants are... Read More

Fecundity

Fecundity Definition The meaning of fecundity is the reproductive rate (fecundity rate) or the performance of an individual... Read More

Serotonin receptor: A rheostat in brain for emotion that may be linked to depression

Amygdala's response is regulated by a specific serotonin receptor in brain stem PITTSBURGH, Oct. 1 – Although drugs that... Read More

Erotic Images Elicit Strong Response From Brain

A new study suggests the brain is quickly turned on and "tuned in" when a person views erotic images. Researchers at... Read More

Heredity May Be The Reason Some People Feel Lonely

Heredity May Be The Reason Some People Feel Lonely Heredity helps determine why some adults are persistently lonely,... Read More

Premenstrual syndrome

Definition noun A combination of emotional, physical, psychological, and mood disturbances that occur after ovulation and... Read More

Hypothalamic theory

Definition noun A theory on emotion formulated by Walter Cannon in 1929 which states that the diencephalon, consisting of... Read More