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Neuronal Correlates of Empathy : From Rodent to Man.

Author: Ksenia Z Meyza; Ewelina Knapska
Publisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2018.
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Neuronal Correlates of Empathy: From Rodent to Human explores the neurobiology behind emotional contagion, compassionate behaviors and the similarities in rodents and human and non-human primates. The book provides clear and accessible information that avoids anthropomorphisms, reviews the latest research from the literature, and is essential reading for neuroscientists and others studying behavior, emotion and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Meyza, Ksenia Z.
Neuronal Correlates of Empathy : From Rodent to Man.
Saint Louis : Elsevier Science & Technology, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ksenia Z Meyza; Ewelina Knapska
ISBN: 9780128093481 012809348X
OCLC Number: 1030041596
Notes: Abstract.
Description: 1 online resource (200 pages)
Contents: Intro; Title page; Table of Contents; Copyright; Dedication; List of Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction-Empathy Beyond Semantics; Chapter 2: The Vicarious Brain: Integrating Empathy and Emotional Learning; Abstract; Introduction; Empathy Affects Emotional Learning; Emotional Learning Affects Empathy; A common core; Conclusions and future directions; Acknowledgments; Chapter 3: The Neural Bases of Empathy in Humans; Abstract; Definitions: Empathy and Related Terms; Mirror Neurons, Shared Representations, and Self-Other Distinction; Modulations of Empathy-The Case of Stress. Oxytocin as a Potential Moderator of Stress Effects on Empathy?Chapter 4: Neural Correlates of Empathy in Humans, and the Need for Animal Models; Abstract; Empathy and Its Components: Emotional Contagion, Empathy Proper, and Sympathy; Related Phenomena: Mentalizing, Somatosensory, and Motor Empathy; The Neural Correlates of Emotional Empathy; Factors Modulating AI and rCC Activations in Humans; Limitation of Our Understanding of the Neural Basis of Empathy From fMRI and the Need for Animal Studies; Funding; Chapter 5: Ethological Approaches to Empathy in Primates; Abstract; Introduction. An Evolutionary Approach to EmpathyEmpathy in Great Apes and Monkeys: A Taxonomic Divide?; Experimental and Naturalistic Approaches to Primate Empathy; Spontaneous Responses to Naturally Occurring Emotional Events; Empathy Development and Emotion Regulation; Conclusions; Chapter 6: Mirror Neurons, Embodied Emotions, and Empathy; Abstract; Introduction; Empathy, Emotions, and Imitation; Understanding the Actions of Others From "Inside"; Face Mirroring and Sharing Emotion; Mimicry and Emotional Contagion; Advantages of Mirror Neurons. Chapter 7: The Neurobiological Influence of Stress in the Vole Pair BondAbstract; Introduction; The Prairie Vole Pair Bond Model; Partner Preference Formation; Selective Aggression; Sex Differences in the Role of Stress on Pair Bond Formation; Social Buffering and Consoling: Reflections of Empathy; Partner Loss: Depression and Bond Disruption; Final Remarks; Acknowledgments; Disclosure Statements; Chapter 8: The Social Transmission of Associative Fear in Rodents-Individual Differences in Fear Conditioning by Proxy; Abstract; Direct and Indirect Associative Fear Learning. Fear Conditioning by Proxy Social Learning ParadigmIndividual Factors That Contribute to Fear Conditioning by Proxy; Social Fear Learning in Rodents-Evidence for Empathy?; Conclusions; Chapter 9: Neuronal Correlates of Remote Fear Learning in Rats; Abstract; Emotional Contagion-What Can Animals Learn From Fearful Conspecifics?; Rodent Models of Socially Transferred Fear; Social Modulation of Fear Memories; Neuronal Correlates of Socially Transferred Fear; Sex Differences in Socially Transferred Fear; Summary; Chapter 10: Lost in Translation: Improving Our Understanding of Pain Empathy.

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Neuronal Correlates of Empathy: From Rodent to Human explores the neurobiology behind emotional contagion, compassionate behaviors and the similarities in rodents and human and non-human primates. The book provides clear and accessible information that avoids anthropomorphisms, reviews the latest research from the literature, and is essential reading for neuroscientists and others studying behavior, emotion and empathy impairments, both in basic research and preclinical studies. Though empathy is still considered by many to be a uniquely human trait, growing evidence suggests that it is present in other species, and that rodents, non-human primates, and humans share similarities.

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