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"Fear" behaviors (12) 47
A fictional self (9) 33
Abstract knowledge (5) 36
Additional aspects of the Sauter et. al (2010) experiment (3) 16
Additional aspects of the Sauter et. al (2010) experiment (3) 17
Affect and ancient philosophy (4) 37
Affect and the structure of the human cortex (4) 39
Affect and wisdom (4) 58
Affect as a property of consciousness (4) 38
Affect as information (4) 44
Affect in Macaques (12) 5
Affect in infants (4) 37
Affect in the human voice (9) 25
Affect is mostly prediction (4) 53
Affect is universal (3) 20
Affect is universal (4) 1
Affect perception in infants (5) 38
Affect vs. emotion (4) 36
Affective misattribution (2) 10
Affective niche (12) 8
Affective realism (4) 44
Affective realism and responsibility (4) 46
Affective realism in interviews (4) 44
Agreement vs. accuracy (7) 16
Alexithymia (5) 48
Allostasis (1) 27 & 28
Amygdala experiments of Paul Whalen (1) 42
Anger as emotional intelligence (11) 8
Animals and human body movements (12) 37
Animals and symbols (12) 17
Anthropomorphism (12) 52
Appraisal theories (1) 27
Arousal is not always distressing (10) 38
Articles that take a classical view 2009-2014 (0) 3
Association neurons (11) 12
Attack in fear (11) 20
Autism as a disorder of prediction (10) 42
Autonomic nervous system (A) 6
Balinese and Ilongot conception of emotion (13) 1
Barb Finlay on the triune brain (4) 51
Baroreceptors (4) 50
Baseball reaction time (4) 15
Basic emotion method and "accuracy" (3) 5
Basic emotion method used on non-Western samples (3) 5
Basic emotions (8) 7
Bayes' theorem in predictive coding (5) 51
Behaviorism and emotion (12) 46
Benefits of crying (9) 8
Binder et al. (1999) experiment details (D) 5
Bodily changes during emotion are variable (1) 25
Body-budgeting and interoception (4) 20
Body-budgeting details (4) 54
Body-budgeting in rats (12) 38
Boundary between you and the outside world (8) 20
Brain changes with evolution (4) 61
Brain development in autism (10) 44
Broca and Darwin (8) 26
Broca's area: The full story (8) 25
Bullying (11) 63
Categorical perception (5) 1
Categorization (5) 14
Childhood adversity wires the brain (10) 14
Children growing up in poverty (4) 34
Children's perception of posed basic-emotion faces (3) 11
Chimp and bonobo infants (12) 21
Chimps and goal-based concepts (12) 16
Chimps and tools (12) 24
Chimps vs. bonobos (12) 20
Chronic pain and the interoceptive and control networks (10) 26
Circumplex (4) 41
Cognitive control and its various meanings (6) 17
Collective intentionality (7) 10
Color perception (3) 13
Complexity (13) 6
Compressing prediction errors in the cerebral cortex (8) 18
Concepts and categorization in language acquisition (5) 21
Concepts and goals (5) 17
Concepts and the default mode network (D) 17
Concepts are not static (D) 20
Concepts have financial benefits (9) 29
Concepts in bilinguals (5) 42
Concepts in individuals with visual impairments (5) 50
Concepts in individuals with visual impairments (7) 3
Conceptual combination (5) 14, 44, & 46
Conceptual similarity (6) 6
Conceptual similarity in the brain (6) 7 & 8
Conceptual synchrony (11) 34
Cones of the human eye (7) 2
Connectivity and cost (13) 4
Constructionist theories in psychology and neuroscience (2) 11
Constructionist thinking in philosophy (2) 14
Continuous flash suppression (4) 45
Control as subjective experience (8) 2
Control as subjective experience (11) 13 & 14
Control network (6) 14
Cortisol (4) 30
Cortisol and proimflammatory cytokines (10) 6
Criticisms of the limbic system concept (8) 28
Cultural evolution (7) 20
Cultures without fear (7) 21
Damasio's somatic marker hypothesis (8) 14
Dan Kahan's research (11) 70
Dannel Malloy's speech about Newtown (0) 1
Darwin and Thomas Huxley (8) 22
Darwin and essentialism in biology (8) 8
Darwin, Plato, and Aristotle (8) 27
Default mode network and emotion concepts (D) 16
Degeneracy (1) 36
Degeneracy and natural selection (2) 22
Degeneracy and natural selection (13) 8
Degeneracy and robustness (13) 8
Degeneracy in feelings of arousal (1) 37
Depression and treatment efficacy (10) 29
Depression should be studied holistically (10) 33
Details on the face-sorting study with semantic dementia patients (3) 10
Distress (10) 35
Dogs as body-budget regulators (12) 29
Dominic Cinelli (11) 40
Dopamine and reward (10) 18
Dorsal visual pathway (4) 16
Economic disasters (4) 60
Edelman's theory of neural Darwinism (5) 18
Ekman, Levenson, and Friesen (1983) (1) 21 & 23
Electrical stimulation studies of emotion (1) 44
Emergence (2) 20
Emoticons (0) 3
Emotion analytics (0) 4
Emotion concepts from non-English languages (9) 14
Emotion concepts in children (5) 38
Emotion concepts shape experience (3) 9
Emotion economy (8) 38
Emotion in the U.S. Supreme Court (11) 55
Emotion paradox (5) 13
Emotion perception in the courtroom (11) 37
Emotion regulation (6) 19
Emotion regulation theory of James Gross (9) 1
Emotional "expressions" in congenitally blind individuals (1) 19
Emotional granularity (1) 2
Emotional granularity in the courtroom (11) 58
Emotions as a message to corporate America (11) 65
Emotions in judging (11) 57 & 58
Emotions, rationality and classical appraisal theories (11) 5
Empathy for pain (11) 65
Empathy in infants and toddlers (12) 38
Epigenetics (8) 33
Epigenetics (10) 28 & 33
Essence (8) 6
Essentialism and the default mode network (D) 19
Essentialism produces non-falsifiable hypotheses (8) 15
Evidence for Broca's Aphasia (8) 25
Evidence for emotion prototypes (5) 15
Evidence for the theory of constructed emotion (D) 14
Evolution favors non-modular solutions (8) 34
Experiments by Klüver and Bucy (1) 30
FMRI (1) 37 & 39
Face perception is not innate (5) 32
Faces do not speak for themselves when it comes to emotion (3) 1
Facial action coding (1) 11
Facial configurations in monkeys and apes (1) 19
Facial configurations in newborns (1) 12
Facial feedback hypothesis (1) 22
Facial photographs for the Himba study (3) 14
Facial recognition requires concepts (3) 3
Fear or freezing? (12) 47
Five conceptual innovations from On The Origin of Species (8) 10
Flags as affordances (11) 73
Flowers and weeds (7) 5
Four criteria for localizing emotions to specific brain regions (1) 44
Freezing circuitry (12) 47
Funes the Memorious (5) 5
Gaze following in chimps (12) 23
Gaze following in macaques (12) 10
Glial cells (A) 2
Glial cells and illness (10) 8
Goals are more important than physical similarity (5) 31
Goals of anger (5) 37
Harm, responsibility, and retributive justice (11) 3
Hearing emotion in voices — our study of the Himba (3) 15
Helen Mayberg's treatment for treatment-resistent depression (4) 54
Herpes Simplex Encephalitis (4) 55
Hillary Clinton (11) 20
Historical beliefs about emotion in the body (7) 31
Holism (2) 21
Hot spots in the human brain (11) 30
Humans are not more evolved than other animals (12) 53
Illusion of free will (4) 11
Inattentional blindness (4) 17
Infant cries (1) 13
Infants and emotional expressions across cultures (1) 12
Inflammation (10) 3
Inflammation changes brain structure (10) 5
Innate concepts (13) 10
Interoception (4) 20
Interoception and nociception (10) 19
Interoception and self-report (4) 22
Interoception is a whole-brain process (4) 24
Interoceptive perception is imprecise (4) 21 & 22
Interpreting research on brain lesions (1) 35
Intrinsic activity (4) 6
Intrinsic networks (4) 5
Jaak Panksepp (12) 54
Japanese emotion concepts (3) 23
Jeremy Bentham (12) 7
Kant's grid of concepts (5) 8
LSD and prediction (4) 19
Laboratory methods for provoking emotions (1) 25
Language (12) 16
Lantern of attention (6) 3
Learning a concept without a word (7) 13
Left vs. right (12) 31
Levenson, Ekman, Heider and Friesen (1992) (1) 24
Limbic system concept (8) 27
Localization as evidence for natural selection (8) 25
Locked-in brain (10) 32
Lost Chorus (8) 37
Macaque interoceptive network (12) 4
Maguire's ideas about construction (D) 9
Making meaning (6) 22
McGurk effect (3) 2
Medieval Christian views of the mind (8) 30
Meditation and the brain (9) 41
Meditation types (9) 41
Mental inference (12) 44
Mental inference fallacy (12) 47
Mental organs (8) 7
Milwaukee Bucks measure facial expressions (0) 4
Mistaking a camera for a gun (4) 48
Monozygotic twins with amygdala damage (AM and BG) (1) 34
More evidence against the classical view of emotion (1) 46
Motor vs. sensory predictions (4) 50
Movement properties that provoke mental inference (12) 51
Multiple selves (9) 36
Multisensory processing (6) 4
Myth of the male brain vs. the female brain (11) 17
Müller-Lyer illusion (6) 5
Namibia research team (3) 13
Nativism/empiricism debate (5) 20
Negative emotional granularity (9) 16
Neocortex vs. isocortex (4) 61
Network homeostasis (4) 5
Network integration (6) 21
Neuroeconomics (4) 57
Neurology vs. psychiatry (10) 28
Neurons (4) 4
Neurons are multipurpose (13) 5
Neurotransmitters (13) 4
Nociception and prediction (10) 20
Novelty (1) 42
Opiates can cause chronic pain via prediction (10) 21
Opioids and affect (10) 18
Other names for the default mode network (D) 4
Other names for the interoceptive network (4) 24
Other names for the interoceptive network (13) 17
Overlapping networks (4) 27
Pain and emotion (10) 19
Pain and human nature (10) 26
Pain as a concept (10) 26
Patient SM (1) 33
Pattern classification (1) 48
Pattern classification and the interoceptive network (D) 12
Perceiver-independent phenomena (7) 4
Perceptions of causality are constructed (5) 52
Peripheral physiological changes during emotion (1) 26
Phantom limb syndrome (10) 23
Physical consequences of childhood adversity (10) 14
Plasticity (13) 3
Plato's view of the mind (8) 29
Pleasure and displeasure (4) 1
Poverty and brain development (8) 1
Poverty and brain development (13) 18
Prediction and memory (4) 9
Predictive coding evidence (D) 1
Prefrontal cortex and the amygdala (10) 36
Primary interoceptive cortex (4) 26
Primate brains (12) 11 & 14
Primates and concept learning (12) 13
Priming (3) 7
Prototype theory of concepts (5) 11
Prototype views of emotion concepts (5) 12
Pure Autonomic Failure (4) 55
RULER program from Yale University (9) 22
Rational economic person (4) 59
Raz et al. (2016) experiment details (D) 15
Reconciling Darwin's Origin and Expression (8) 11
Regions of the interoceptive network (4) 25
Representativeness error (8) 12
Responsibility and the brain (11) 32
Reverse inference (2) 20
Reverse inference problem (11) 30
Rich Club Hubs (6) 20
Roger (4) 55
Sauter's vocalization experiment (3) 15
Scenarios imagined during our fMRI study (4) 33
Schachter and Singer (1962) (2) 15
Scientific revolutions as social reality (13) 21
Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques (0) 6
Second Amendment of the United States Constitution (11) 48
Selection mechanisms (6) 15 & 18
Self as a concept (9) 35
Self as an enduring affliction (9) 33
Self-defense and minority women (11) 23
Semantic dementia patients and the face-sorting task (3) 10
Semantic satiation (3) 9
Shared attention (12) 9
Simulation (1) 24
Simulation in the basic emotion method (3) 7
Simulation is creative (2) 3
Size isn't everything (11) 31
Skin conductance (1) 20
Sleep disruption and technology (9) 2
Smiles in different cultures (3) 18
Smiling in Ancient Greece and Rome (3) 18
Social reality (7) 8
Social reality appears to be uniquely human (12) 26
Sound is a constructed experience (7) 1
Sounds that support concept learning (5) 29
Speech and concepts (5) 2
Stairway to Heaven backwards (3) 7
Statistical learning (5) 19
Stealth Interoception (4) 22
Stereotypes of emotion in men and women (11) 16
Stimulus-response view of the brain (4) 3
Stress, genes, and cytokines (10) 8
Structure of the cortex (4) 51 & 56
Suffering is difficult to measure (11) 66
Survival circuits (12) 54
Symptoms of autism (10) 41
Synchrony (13) 15
Systems in your body (4) 2
Teaching language to apes (12) 17
Teleology (4) 39
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1) 3
The control network is never off (11) 9
The remembered present (6) 12
Toothiness (3) 11
Triune brain myth (4) 61
Types of chronic pain (10) 21
Typology (8) 9
Universal Expressions Project (3) 26
Unpleasant affect and the body budget (4) 39
Valence (4) 36
Variation in chocolate chip cookies (2) 17
Variation is the norm (1) 28
Ventral visual pathway (4) 16
Vision by prediction (4) 12
Vision details (4) 13
War over human nature (8) 30
Western views of the self (9) 32
Wilhelm Wundt's conception of affect (4) 36
William James and Wilhelm Wundt (2) 14
William James's theory of emotion (2) 9
Wolves (12) 39
Women and depression (10) 33
Women's double bind (11) 16
Word-concept mappings (7) 33
Words and their importance in development (9) 23
Words help babies learn concepts (5) 31
World views (13) 10 & 12
World-focused affect (4) 43
Wundt's first psychology experiment (12) 45
Xu and Denison 2009 (5) 26
Your brain is an expensive organ (4) 14
Your inner beast (8) 19
Your name (9) 36