Amygdaloid Body Books
Books con argomento Amygdaloid Body
Living Without an Amygdala
Amaral David G. (EDT)
Adolphs Ralph (EDT)
edizioni Guilford Pubn collana Guilford Pubn (Hardcover)
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...
What Freud Didn't Know
Stokes Timothy B. Ph.d.
edizioni Rutgers Univ Pr collana Rutgers Univ Pr (Hardcover), 2009
This book is the first to bring together diverse, post-Freudian discoveries to produce a coherent three-step practice for understanding problematic aspects of the human mind which can be mastered easily, in a clinical or self-help setting. Timothy B. Stokes explores recent breakthroughs, many in marked contrast to...
The Human Amygdala
Whalen Paul J. (EDT)
Phelps Elizabeth A. (EDT)
edizioni Guilford Pubn collana Guilford Pubn (Hardcover), 2009
The amygdala is the subortical gray matter found rostral to the hippocampus in the medial temporal lobe of the brain. Psychologists, neurologists, and other medical researchers share the current understanding about its structure and function in humans, and discuss the animal models that have offered a theoretical framework...
Aggleton John P. (EDT)
edizioni Oxford University Press collana Oxford Univ Pr (Hardcover)
The amygdala is a central component of the limbic brain system and is known to be vital to understanding aspects of emotions, memory and social behavior. Dysfuction of the structure is also thought to contribute to a variety of disorders, including autism, Alzheimer's Disease and schizophrenia. The nature of its contribution...