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"No one in the world has studied facial expressions as deeply as Paul Ekman. In Emotions. Revealed he presents—clearly, vividly, and in the most accessible. Cover of Paul Ekman's Book Emotions Revealed Recognizing Faces And Feelings eBook downloads: distributed. You can download it or order on DVD. Laddas ned direkt. Köp Emotions Revealed av Paul Ekman på Format: E-bok; Filformat: EPUB med Adobe-kryptering. Om Adobe-kryptering.

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Packed with unique exercises and photographs, and a new Details Author: Published on Apr 24, Epub Kindle Emotions Revealed: Processing of emotion eliciting stimuli Contrary to our hypothesis H2 and unlike two studies which found no specific brain response patterns to emotionally aversive stimuli in AN [ 10 , 24 ], our results yielded many brain regions which were differently involved in AN patients and controls.

Specifically, cerebellar regions were less activated in adolescent AN patients than in controls; within the adult group a mixed pattern emerged in AN patients with increased activity in some subregions and decreased activity in others. Cerebellar hypo- and hyperactivations without a clear pattern throughout all stimulus categories including neutral stimuli—similar to [ 9 ]—probably reflect rather non-specific correlates of general emotional attention or arousal.

Reduced involvement of emotion processing regions in adolescent AN patients as compared to their typically developing counterparts extends to the ACC, the striatum, frontal and temporal regions for negative stimuli , and in addition to the precuneus and hippocampus for positive stimuli.

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Lower ACC activity has already been observed in the context of high alexithymia scores in AN patients when confronted with negative words [ 23 ] and might therefore reflect impaired emotional awareness.

Similarly, the striatum has been linked to motivational aspects of emotion processing [ 42 ]. Our results suggest that precuneus hypoactivation is restricted to positive stimulus processing in AN adolescents.

Hagele et al. Underactivation in this region therefore contributes to the idea of reduced processing of positive non-specific stimuli.

A relatively high hippocampal activity in adolescents as compared to adults was seen in a recent study on processing of emotional pictures throughout adolescence [ 44 ]. However, in our study when comparing adult vs. When processing negative, but partly also positive pictures, healthy adolescents showed higher activity in the cingulate, insula and caudate than their adult counterparts, as postulated in models of relatively early maturation of subcortical areas in adolescence [ 45 ].

However, a proposed relatively late maturation of pre- frontal areas in typical development [ 45 ] is not in line with our results where enhanced frontal activity was also shown in adolescents for negative stimuli, possibly due to enhanced recruitment when coping with disturbing pictures.

In AN patients, however, frontal hypoactivations were present in adolescents compared to adults for positive stimuli. In a previous study with healthy adolescents the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex Brodman Area BA 47 was showing increasing activity with age for emotional picture processing [ 44 ].

In our study activity in this region appeared to be diminished for adolescent and adult AN patients compared to their healthy counterparts throughout different picture categories. Thus, young AN patients seem to be specifically vulnerable to functional abnormalities concerning regions which are still developing see hypothesis H3. Taken together, in adults group differences were observed in fewer regions and in the direction of hypo- as well as hyperactivation in AN patients, so it remains unclear whether and in which respect adult patients are predisposed to emotional vulnerability in general.

In AN adolescents, results point towards reduced processing of all emotional stimuli with some specific regions involved in positive picture processing, possibly reflecting reduced ability to experience pleasure by daily natural reinforcers. Importantly, hypoactivity in such brain regions as the OFC [ 46 ] and abnormalities in striatum activation [ 47 ] have also been found in depression.

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Depression scores in our study were higher in AN patients, however, the difference was even greater in adults than in adolescents as opposed to the difference regarding neural activations. Furthermore, no differences regarding subjective ratings of picture valence were found in our study.

Adolescent brains are still in a phase of maturation, which refers mainly to frontal regions as opposed to subcortical regions which develop earlier in childhood [ 45 ]. The States of an Emotion Each emotion names a number of related but different states.

These states vary not only in their nature, but in their intensity. The Triggers of an Emotion Triggers automatically bring forth an emotion without consideration. The Actions of a State Each emotional state typically results in a number of actions. Click on a state to see the constructive and destructive actions that can result.

The Mood of an Emotion Moods are longer-lasting cousins of an emotion that cause the related emotion to be felt more frequently and intensely. It is not always apparent what triggers a mood.Conclusions In our study examining neural responses of AN patients of two age groups, we found a differential pattern for food compared to generally emotion eliciting stimuli.

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