The Oxford Handbook of Social Neuroscience
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The Oxford Handbook of Social Neuroscience

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ISBN-13:
9780195342161
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.09.2011
Seiten:
1128
Autor:
Jean Decety
Gewicht:
2876 g
Format:
259x178x66 mm
Serie:
Oxford Library of Psychology
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
PART ONE: FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES AND METHODS; 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE; JOHN T. CACIOPPO AND JEAN DECETY; 2. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE; SVENJA MATUSALL, MARKUS CHRISTEN AND INA KAUFMAN; 3. EVOLUTIONARY BASIS OF THE SOCIAL BRAIN; ROBIN DUNBAR; 4. THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR; LISA A. PARR AND BRIDGET M. WALLER; 5. SOCIAL AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE: A NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE; JANELLE BEADLE AND DANIEL TRANEL; 6. ESSENTIALS OF FUNCTIONAL OF NEUROIMAGING; TOR D. WAGER AND MARTIN A. LINDQUIST; 7. ELECTROMAGNETIC BRAIN MAPPING USING MEG AND EEG; SYLVAIN BAILLET; 8. PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY IN VIVO: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES; JOS BOSCH, CHRISTOPHER ENGEL, AND VICTORIA BURNS; PART TWO: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION; 9. NEUROBIOLOGY OF SOCIAL BONDING AND ATTACHMENT; C. SUE CARTER AND STEPHEN W. PORGES; 10. NEURAL BASIS OF MOTIVATION; GREG J. NORMAN, JOHN T. CACIOPPO, AND GARY BERNTSON; 11. PROCESSING SOCIAL AND NON-SOCIAL REWARDS IN THE HUMAN BRAIN; LAUREN A. LEOTTI AND MAURICIO R. DELGADO; 12. WANTING AND LIKING; PIOTR WINKIELMAN AND KENT BERRIDGE; 13. ATTITUDES; WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, INGRID R. JOHNSEN, AND ANDREW JAHN; 14. THE EMOTION-ATTENTION INTERFACE: NEURAL, DEVELOPMENTAL AND CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS; MICHAEL L. KIRWAN, LAUREN K. WHITE, AND NATHAN FOX; 15. THE NEUROSCIENCE OF PERSONALITY TRAITS: DESCRIPTIONS AND PRESCRIPTIONS; ANGELINA R. SUTIN, ROBERT R. MCCRAE, AND PAUL T. COSTA; 16. EMOTION RECOGNITION; RALPH ADOLPHS AND VANESSA JANOWSKI; 17. ODOR EVOKED MEMORY; RACHEL HERZ; 18. EMOTIONAL REGULATION: NEURAL BASES AND BEYOND; PETER MENDE-SIEDLECKI, HEDY KOBER, AND KEVIN N. OCHSNER; PART THREE: SOCIAL COGNITION; 19. BRAIN DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL COGNITION; TOMAS PAUS; 20. AN OVERVIEW OF SELF-AWARENESS AND THE BRAIN; JULIAN KEENAN, HANNA OH, AND FRANCO AMATI; 21. NOTE TO SELF; SUSANNE QUADFLIEG AND C. NEIL MACRAE; 22. UNCONSCIOUS ACTION TENDENCIES: SOURCES OF 'UN-INTEGRATED' ACTION; EZEQUIEL MORSELLA AND JOHN A. BARGH; 23. THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX AND GOAL-DIRECTED SOCIAL BEHAVIOR; ARON K. BARBEY AND JORDAN GRAFMAN; 24. STAYING IN CONTROL: THE NEURAL BASIS OF SELF-REGULATION AND ITS FAILURE; DYLAN D. WAGNER, KATHRYN E. DEMOS, AND TODD F. HEATHERTON; 25. HEARING VOICES: NEUROCOGNITION OF THE HUMAN VOICE; PASCAL BELIN; 26. INTERSECTING IDENTITIES AND EXPRESSIONS: THE COMPOUND NATURE OF SOCIAL PERCEPTION; REGINALD B. ADAMS, JR. AND ANTHONY J. NELSON; 27. PERSON PERCEPTION; BRUCE D. BARTHOLOW AND CHERYL L. DICKTER; 28. IMPRESSION FORMATION: A FOCUS ON OTHERS' INTENTS; DANIEL L. AMES, SUSAN FISKE, AND ALEX TODOROV; 29. THE ORIGIN OF FIRST IMPRESSIONS IN ANIMAL AND INFANT FACE PERCEPTION; LESLIE A. ZEBROWITZ AND YI ZHANG; 30. USING ERPS TO UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS AND IMPLICATIONS OF SOCIAL CATEGORIZATION; TIFFANY ITO; 31. REAL-WORLD CONSEQUENCES OF SOCIAL DEFICITS: EXECUTIVE FUNCTION AND THEORY OF MIND IN PATIENTS WITH VENTRAL FRONTAL DAMAGE AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY; VALERIE E. STONE AND CATHERINE A. HYNES; 32. THE NEUROSCIENCE OF MORAL COGNITION AND EMOTION; ROLAND ZAHN, RICARDO DE OLIVEIRA-SOUZA, AND JORGE MOLL; 33. EMBODIMENT AND SOCIAL COGNITION; PAULA NIEDENTHAL, JISKA EELEN, AND MARCUS MARINGER; 34. SOCIOEMOTIONAL FUNCTIONING AND THE AGING BRAIN; GREGORY R. SAMANEZ-LARKIN AND LAURA L. CARSTENSEN; PART FOUR: INTER-PERSONAL PROCESSES; 35. MIRROR NEURON SYSTEM AND SOCIAL COGNITION; CHRISTIAN KEYSERS, MARC THIOUS, AND VALERIA GAZZOLA; 36. MIRROR NEURON SYSTEM AND IMITATION; MARCO IACOBONI; 37. EMPATHY; TANIA SINGER AND JEAN DECETY; 38. ALTRUISM; STEPHANIE PRESTON AND FRANS DE WAAL; 39. WHY REJECTION HURTS: WHAT SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE HAS REVEALED ABOUT THE BRAIN'S RESPONSE TO SOCIAL REJECTION; NAOMI EISENBERGER; 40. NEURAL SYSTEMS OF INTRAPERSONAL AND INTERPERSONAL SELF-ESTEEM MAINTENANCE; JENNIFER S. BEER; 41. THE SOCIAL REGULATION OF EMOTION; JAMES COAN; 42. FROM MELODY TO WORDS: THE IMPORTANCE OF MELODY; KATHLEEN WERMKE AND WERNER MENDE; 43. THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE; PAT KUHL; 44. LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION; HOWARD NUSBAUM; PART FIVE: GROUP PROCESSES; 45. THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF PRIMATE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR; MELISSA BAUMAN, ELIZA BLISS-MOREAU, CHRISTOPHER J. MACHADO AND DAVID G. AMARAL; 46. NEURAL REPRESENTATION OF SOCIAL HIERARCHY; CAROLINE F. ZINK AND JOSEPH, W. BARTER; 47. GROUP PROCESSES: SOCIAL DOMINANCE; PAUL W. CZOTY, DRAKE MORGAN, AND MICHAEL A. NADER; 48. MECHANISMS FOR THE REGULATION OF INTERGROUP RESPONSES: A SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE ANALYSIS; DAVID AMODIO AND KYLE G. RATNER; 49. CULTURAL NEUROSCIENCE: VISUALIZING CULTURE-GENE INFLUENCES ON BRAIN FUNCTION; JOAN CHIAO; PART SIX: SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH AND CLINICAL SYNDROMES; 50. PERCEIVED SOCIAL ISOLATION: SOCIAL THREAT VIGILANCE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH; LOUISE C. HAWKLEY AND JOHN T. CACIOPPO; 51. PATHWAYS LINKING EARLY LIFE STRESS TO ADULT HEALTH; SHELLEY TAYLOR; 52. PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SOCIAL THREAT: IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH; SALLY S. DICKERSON, TARA L. GRUENEWALD, AND MARGARET KEMENY; 53. SOCIAL NEUROSCIENTIFIC PATHWAYS LINKING SOCIAL SUPPORT TO HEALTH; BERT UCHINO, TIMOTHY SMITH, WENDY BIRMINGHAM, AND MCKENZIE CARLISLE; 54. STRESS, NEGATIVE EMOTIONS, AND INFLAMMATION; JEAN-PHILIPPE GOUIN, LIISA V. HANTSOO, AND JANICE K.KIECOLT-GLASER; 55. NEURAL ENDOPHENOTYPES OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN AUTISM SPECTRUM CONDITIONS; MICHAEL V. LOMBARDO, SIMON BARON-COHEN, MATTHEW K. BELMONTE, AND BHISMADEV CHAKRABARTI; 56. DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS; YOKO KAMIO, SHOZO TOBIMATSU AND HIROKI FUKUI; 57. THE ASPERGER SYNDROME; BRUNO WICKER AND MARIE GONNOT; 58. ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDERS; ANDREA GLENN AND ADRIAN RAINE; 59. PSYCHOPATHY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF SOCIAL AND COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE; JAMES BLAIR; 60. ALEXYTHIMIA FROM THE AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE PERSPECTIVE; SYLVIE BERTHOZ; 61. THEORY OF MIND DEFICITS IN NEUROLOGICAL PATIENTS; TAL SHANY-UR AND SIMONE SHAMAY-TSOORY; PART SEVEN: APPLICATIONS; 62. THE COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE OF STRATEGIC THINKING; MEGHANA BHATT AND COLIN F. CAMERER; 63. FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF DECEPTION; DANIEL D. LANGLEBEN AND JONATHAN G. HAKUN; 64. MUTUAL BENEFITS OF USING HUMANOID ROBOTS IN SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE; THIERRY CHAMINADE; 65. THE SOCIAL BRAIN IN ADOLESCENCE AND THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE ON EDUCATION; SARAH-JAYNE BLAKEMORE; 66. THE INFLUENCE OF VIDEO GAMES ON SOCIAL, COGNITIVE, AND AFFECTIVE INFORMATION PROCESSING; KIRA BAILLEY, ROBERT WEST, AND CRAIG ANDERSON; PART EIGHT: SOCIETAL SIGNIFICANCE; 67. ETHICAL, LEGAL AND SOCIETAL ISSUES IN SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE; MARTHA J. FARAH; PART NINE: CONCLUSIONS; 68. EPILOGUE; JOHN T. CACIOPPO AND JEAN DECETY
The Oxford Handbook of Social Neuroscience marks the emergence of a third broad perspective in neuroscience. This perspective emphasizes the functions that emerge through the coaction and interaction of conspecifics and the commonality and differences across social species and superorganismal structures.