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When a patient can move facial muscles voluntarily but cannot express emotion on side of damage.Damage to thalamus, insula (input/output before cortical involvement)
Theory that stimulus leads to perception/interpretation, which leads to both autonomic arousal and emotion.
This hemisphere plays larger role in emotion comprehension, emotional tone of voice.Left = meaning of words, frontal = both
Long-term effects of this include hypertension, fatigue, infertility, ulcers, dwarfism, apathy, impaired disease resistance.We are going to get all these things.
Subcortical, bottom-up process of emotion.Beginning with stimulus, ending in feeling and bodily response.
Kagan classified about 20% of infants as ___.
Studies using this technique show recognition of facial expressions interrupted when activity disrupted in visual areas and areas involved in sensory feedback from own face.
When you have an autonomic reaction like jumping out of the way or freezing, this represents the ___ ___ from the thalamus directly to amygdala.
Children show joy, sadness, and disgust around this age.
The neural areas supporting emotion regulation are all...cortical or subcortical?
The self-referential feeling of emotion occurs in this area.
These two chemicals are involved in happiness.One catecholamine and one neuropeptide
When information goes from the thalamus to the sensory cortex and hippocampus and then to the amygdala, it is taking the...
Children show fear around this age.
Theory that stimulus leads to perception/interpretation, which leads to emotion, which leads to autonomic arousal.
The amygdala is actually made up of several areas and is called the...
Bard (1929) studied decorticate cats and concluded that the ___ is critical for aggressive responding.
and also that the ___ normally inhibits these responses.
When a patient cannot voluntarily move facial muscles but can express genuine emotion.Damage to connections between motor cortex and facial nerves.
Identified basic emotions: happy, sad, disgust, surprise, anger.Identified universally across cultures.
B-cells call these to take foreign invaders away.
This part of the amygdaloid complex is responsible for the expression of emotional responses.
Children develop self-conscious emotions like embarrassment, envy, pride, guilt, regret, shame around this age.
The amygdala responds more regularly to ___ faces than angry faces.probably because threat is ambiguous
The sequential 3-stage stress reaction by Selye is called...
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Temperament: stay close to mom, don't explore.Often associated with social anxiety in later childhood
This glucocorticoid is produced in the adrenal cortex.in response to stress
This structure regulates sympathetic activation.
Subtly showing emotion when having emotion.from facial EMG studies
Aggression is related to these chemicals.can be confounded by winning/losing
The amygdala is a ___ ___, detecting stimuli before cognitive areas.
These two reward regions in the ventral striatum are related to happiness.
The interaction between the immune system, hormones, and nervous system.long word
Theory that stimulus leads to perception/interpretation, which leads to autonomic arousal, which leads to emotion experience.Problem is autonomic arousal is not specific enough
Aggression is influenced by the balance of these two neurotransmitters.
Children show anger around this age.
These immune cells are from thymus gland.can be killer or helper
Involuntary contraction of these muscles around eyes indicate true smiles.
Early stress can disrupt these receptors.
Fear conditioning is prevented by damage to the...
This region activation parasympathetic activation.
True or false: the same brain regions are active when observing and imitating facial expressions.
Extra care after stress can immunize against future stress through...maternal deprivation in rats
This area of the amygdaloid complex receives input from the cortex, thalamus, hippocampus.
Stage 1 of General Adaptation Syndrome.immediate
Temperament: Energetic, enthusiastic, explore novelty.About 10% of Kagan's infants
Information projects from the lateral nucleus through the ___ nucleus to the central nucleus.
Children show surprise around this age.
This side of the face is more emotionally expressive.
These two chemicals are released by the adrenal medulla.in response to stress
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Study involving this showed that loss of facial feedback led to loss in strength of emotions.vs. restylane wrinkle filler--they had odd jump in negative emotions
Helper T-cells release these, which are proteins that regulate activity of B-cells and phagocytes.
Condition in which temporal lobes are removed, has a taming effect.animals: no fear, no aggression, oral tendencies, hyper sexuality
Stage 2 of General Adaptation Syndrome.try to get back to normal if stress persists.
This area is involved in freezing behavior.
These immune cells are from bone marrow; they produce antibodies to latch onto invaders.
True or false: the amygdala respond to positive stimuli.
Subcallosal area BA 25 is implicated in this emotion.
Inagaki et al. (2011) showed that this area was key in sickness-related social withdrawal.elevated activity in endotoxin group in response to socially threatening stimuli
Did these results support the hypothesis of 'rest and recovery' OR 'containing spread of disease'?
Elevated cytokines have been found in this disorder.
The central nucleus produces ___ behavior, ___ responses, and ___ responses.
True or false: Stress heightens immunological responses.
Aggression is inhibited by this neurotransmitter.
This area is involved in pain, disgust, interoceptive awareness.
This lobe is involved in aggression.
Evolutionary purposes of these might have been to facilitate attachment, maintain social/cooperative relationships, and avoid predators.2 words
Currently accepted theory, involving context and feedback from emotion experience to perception/interpretation.
The hypothalamus and neurons in walls of the ___ monitor cytokines.
In the Ochsner paper, these two areas were involved in reappraisal.just letters please
Stage 3 of General Adaptation Syndrome.prolonged stressor has effects on brain, body, high cortisol
The left hemisphere is involved more in ___ emotions. positive or negative?
Area that produces dopamine and regulates behavioral arousal.
This nerve detects cytokine activity; if too much, can signal ACH release to reduce it.This is brain monitoring immune system
This area is involved in sadness.

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