Living Without an Amygdala

Un libro in lingua di Amaral David G. (EDT) Adolphs Ralph (EDT) edito da Guilford Pubn, 2016

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In 14 chapters, psychologists, psychiatrists, and other researchers from North America, Europe, South Africa, and South Korea discuss knowledge about the amygdala from research on humans and nonhuman primates and what happens when it is damaged or missing. They address the role of the amygdala in the early development of behavior, research on the amygdala and fear in rodents, the neuroanatomical organization of the amygdaloid complex, studies on nonhuman primates affecting current understanding of the role of the amygdala in emotional regulation, studies on rhesus monkeys, the effects of losing amygdala function in relation to anxiety and cognitive and emotional behavior, Urbach-Wiethe syndrome, amygdala removal for epilepsy, and the role of the amygdala in psychiatric disorders. Annotation ©2016 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

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