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The evolutionary neuroethology of Paul MacLean : convergences and frontiers

Author: Gerald A Cory; Russell Gardner
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, ©2002.
Series: Human evolution, behavior, and intelligence.
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Named Person: Paul D MacLean; Paul D MacLean; Paul D MacLean; Paul D MacLean; Paul D MacLean
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald A Cory; Russell Gardner
ISBN: 0275972194 9780275972196
OCLC Number: 49649452
Description: xxxvi, 432 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: PART I: PERSPECTIVES --
1. Pribram and MacLean in Perspective / Karl H. Pribram --
2. Reappraising MacLean's Triune Brain Concept / Gerald A. Cory, Jr. --
PART II: MOLECULES, BODY PLANS, AND THE STRIATUM --
3. Deep Time and the Brain: The Message of the Molecules / C.U.M. Smith --
4. Adaptive Functions of the Corpus Striatum: The Past and Future of the R-Complex / Neil Greenberg --
PART III: THE SOCIAL BRAIN: CLINICAL THEORY AND APPLICATIONS-DEPRESSION AND MANIA --
5. MacLean's Paradigm and Its Relevance for Psychiatry's Basic Science / Russell Gardner, Jr. --
6. The Triune Brain, Escalation De-escalation Strategies, and Mood Disorders / John S. Price --
7. Involuntary Defeat Strategy as Backdrop for Depression / Leon Sloman --
8. The Evolved Basis of Mood and Thought Disorders: Neuroethologic, Game Mathematic, and Evolutionary Epidemiologic Analyses / Daniel R. Wilson --
PART IV: THE SOCIAL BRAIN: CLINICAL THEORY AND --
APPLICATIONS-AUTISM, FORENSICS, AND ATTENTION. 9. Empathy, Autism, and the Integration of the Triune Brain / James C. Harris --
10. Neuroethology, Exemplified by Limbic Seizures with Motiveless Homicide in "Limbic Psychotic Trigger Reaction" / Anneliese A. Pontius --
11. Neural and Functional Aspects of Pride and Shame / Glenn E. Weisfeld --
12. The Triune Brain and the Functional Analysis of Attention / Allan F. Mirsky and COnnie C. Duncan --
PART V: INTERPRETATIONS AND CHALLENGES --
13. From Physics and Evolutionary Neuroscience to Psychotherapy: Phase Transitions and Adaptations, Diagnosis and Treatment / James Brody --
14. Evolutionary and Philosophical Issues in Triarchic Theory / Seymour W. Itzkoff --
15. MacLean's Evolutionary Neuroethology: Environmental Pollution, Brain Chemistry, and Violent Crime / Roger D. Masters --
PART VI: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL THEORY --
16. Reification and Hegemony: The Human Brain as the Linkage Between Macro and Micro Level Political Phenomena / Steven A. Peterson --
17. Upshifting and Downshifting the Triune Brain: Roles in Individual and Social Pathology / Kent Bailey --
18. Algorithms of Neural Architecture, Hamilton's Rule, and the Invisible Hand of Economics / Gerald A. Cory, Jr. --
19. Toward a Neural Network Theory of the Triune Brain / Daniel S. Levine and Nilendu G. Jani --
20. Conclusion: Convergences and Frontiers / Gerald A. Cory, Jr. and Russell Gardner, Jr.
Series Title: Human evolution, behavior, and intelligence.
Responsibility: edited by Gerald A. Cory, Jr. and Russell Gardner, Jr. ; foreword by Jaak Panksepp.
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