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Affective Neuroscience
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PART I: Conceptual Background 1: Affective Neuroscience: History and Major Concepts 2: Emotional Operating Systems and Subjectivity: Methodological Problems and a Conceptual Framework for the Neurobiological Analysis of Affect 3: Varieties of Emotional Systems in the Brain--Theories, Taxonomies, and Semantics 4: Neurostatistics: The Anatomy of the Brain/Mind 5: Neurodynamics: The Electrical Languages of the Brain 6: Neurodynamics: Neurochemical Maps of the Brain PART II: Basic Emotional and Motivational Processes 7: Sleep, Arousal, and Mythmaking in the Brain 8: SEEKING Systems and Anticipatory States of the Nervous System 9: Energy Is Delight--The Pleasures and Pains of Brain Regulatory Systems 10: Nature Red in Tooth and Claw: The Neurobiological Sources of Rage and Anger 11: The Sources of Fear and Anxiety in the Brain PART III: The Social Emotions 12: Varieties of Love and Lust: Neural Control of Sexuality 13: Love and the Social Bond: Sources of Nurturance and Maternal Behavior 14: Loneliness and the Social Bond: The Brain Sources of Sorrow and Grief 15: Rough-and-Tumble Play: The Brain Sources of Joy 16: Emotions, the Higher Cerebral Processes and the SELF: Some Are Born to Sweet Delight, Some Are Born to Endless Night Appendix A: Bones, Brains, and Human Origins Appendix B: Brain, Language, and Affective Neuroscience Appendix C: Dualism and the Neurosciences

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"It is an invaluable reference for any neuroscientist interested in understanding the neurobiological basis of drives and emotions where the best information is contained in the animal literature. This is the strength of Panksepp's book which summarizes and references these data around clinically recognizable concepts making the information highly relevant to practicing clinicians." --Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences "Jaak Panksepp presents a synopsis of animal research on emotion together with stimulating new ideas on the role and representation of emotion in humans and other mammals. It seemed clear to me that Panksepp's affective neuroscience can provide a valuable foundation to emotion research. These are not entirely new ideas, but by presenting them in a comprehensive text on the neuroscience of emotion, Panksepp constructs a strong defense against the not uncommon view that emotions are 'illusionary concepts outside the realm of scientific enquiry.' For this reason alone, Panksepp is to be congratulated. This is a powerful text that will make a lasting impression on emotion research in general. Panksepp has provided a much-needed review of the animal literature, together with fascinating new ideas on the nature of affective consciousness." -- Andy Calder, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK

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