9780262531955

Foundations in Social Neuroscience

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2002-07-01
  • Publisher: MIT PRESS
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A full understanding of the biology and behavior of humans cannot be complete without the collective contributions of the social sciences, cognitive sciences, and neurosciences. This book collects eighty-two of the foundational articles in the emerging discipline of social neuroscience. The book addresses five main areas of research: multilevel integrative analyses of social behavior, using the tools of neuroscience, cognitive science, and social science to examine specific cases of social interaction; the relationships between social cognition and the brain, using noninvasive brain imaging to document brain function in various social situations; rudimentary biological mechanisms for motivation, emotion, and attitudes, and the shaping of these mechanisms by social factors; the biology of social relationships and interpersonal processes; and social influences on biology and health.

Table of Contents

General Introductionp. 1
Social Neurosciencep. 3
Multilevel Integrative Analyses of Social Behaviorp. 11
Genetics of Mouse Behavior: Interactions with Laboratory Environmentp. 13
Multilevel Integrative Analyses of Human Behavior: Social Neuroscience and the Complementing Nature of Social and Biological Approachesp. 21
On Bridging the Gap between Social-Personality Psychology and Neuropsychologyp. 47
The Social Brain Hypothesisp. 69
Levels of Analysis in Health Science: A Framework for Integrating Sociobehavioral and Biomedical Researchp. 89
Social Cognition and the Brain
The Role of the Anterior Prefrontal Cortex in Human Cognitionp. 103
The Seven Sins of Memory: Insights from Psychology and Cognitive Neurosciencep. 113
Double Dissociation of Conditioning and Declarative Knowledge Relative to the Amygdala and Hippocampus in Humansp. 149
Imaging Unconscious Semantic Primingp. 157
Storage and Executive Processes in the Frontal Lobesp. 167
Memory - a Century of Consolidationp. 177
In Search of the Self: A Positron Emission Tomographic Studyp. 189
Brain and Conscious Experiencep. 203
Attention, Self-Regulation, and Consciousnessp. 215
Neural Correlates of Theory-of-Mind Reasoning: An Event-Related Potential Studyp. 235
Language within Our Graspp. 247
The Fusiform Face Area: A Module in Human Extrastriate Cortex Specialized for Face Perceptionp. 259
Expertise for Cars and Birds Recruits Brain Areas Involved in Face Perceptionp. 277
Voice-Selective Areas in Human Auditory Cortexp. 293
Evidence from Turner's Syndrome of an Imprinted X-Linked Locus Affecting Cognitive Functionp. 303
Social Cognition and the Human Brainp. 313
Impairment of Social and Moral Behavior Related to Early Damage in Human Prefrontal Cortexp. 333
The Human Amygdala in Social Judgmentp. 345
Social Intelligence in the Normal and Autistic Brain: An fMRI Studyp. 353
The Social Brain: A Project for Integrating Primate Behavior and Neurophysiology in a New Domainp. 367
Social Neuroscience of Motivation, Emotion, and Attitudes
Emotion: Clues from the Brainp. 389
Fear and the Brain: Where Have We Been, and Where Are We Going?p. 411
Anxiety and Cardiovascular Reactivity: The Basal Forebrain Cholinergic Linkp. 425
A Motivational Analysis of Emotion: Reflex-Cortex Connectionsp. 461
The Functional Neuroanatomy of Emotion and Affective Stylep. 473
The Affect System Has Parallel and Integrative Processing Components: Form Follows Functionp. 493
Choosing between Small, Likely Rewards and Large, Unlikely Rewards Activates Inferior and Orbital Prefrontal Cortexp. 523
A Neural Substrate of Prediction and Rewardp. 541
Selective Enhancement of Emotional, but Not Motor, Learning in Monoamine Oxidase A-Deficient Micep. 555
The Mind of an Addicted Brain: Neural Sensitization of Wanting versus Likingp. 565
Negative Information Weights More Heavily on the Brain: The Negativity Bias in Evaluative Categorizationsp. 575
Face-Elicited ERPs and Affective Attitude: Brain Electric Microstate and Tomography Analysesp. 599
Performance on Indirect Measures of Race Evaluation Predicts Amygdala Activationp. 615
Deciding Advantageously before Knowing the Advantageous Strategyp. 629
Do Amnesics Exhibit Cognitive Dissonance Reduction? The Role of Explicit Memory and Attention in Attitude Changep. 633
Impaired Preference Conditioning after Anterior Temporal Lobe Resection in Humansp. 645
Biology of Social Relationships and Interpersonal Processes
Biobehavioral Responses to Stress in Females: Tend-and-Befriend, Not Fight-or-Flightp. 661
Oxytocin, Vasopressin, and Autism: Is There a Connection?p. 695
Tryptophan Depletion, Executive Functions, and Disinhibition in Aggressive, Adolescent Malesp. 713
Nature over Nurture: Temperament, Personality, and Life Span Developmentp. 725
Biological Bases of Maternal Attachmentp. 749
Maternal Care, Hippocampal Glucocorticoid Receptors and Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Responses to Stressp. 755
Maternal Care and the Development of Stress Responsesp. 763
Attachment in Rhesus Monkeysp. 775
Nongenomic Transmission across Generations of Maternal Behavior and Stress Responses in the Ratp. 797
Neuroendocrine Bases of Monogamyp. 809
Role of Interleukin-1 Beta in Impairment of Contextual Fear Conditioning Caused by Social Isolationp. 817
Adrenocortical Reactivity and Social Competence in Seven-Year-Oldsp. 831
Lonely Traits and Concomitant Physiological Processes: The MacArthur Social Neuroscience Studiesp. 839
Neuroendocrine Perspectives on Social Attachment and Lovep. 853
A Role for Central Vasopressin in Pair Bonding in Monogamous Prairie Volesp. 893
Prior Exposure to Oxytocin Mimics the Effects of Social Contact and Facilitates Sexual Behaviour in Femalesp. 901
Psychological State and Mood Effects of Steroidal Chemosignals in Women and Menp. 909
Effects of Sexual Dimorphism on Facial Attractivenessp. 937
Nature Needs Nurture: The Interaction of Hormonal and Social Influences on the Development of Behavioral Sex Differences in Rhesus Monkeysp. 943
The Search for the Age of "Onset" of Physical Aggression: Rousseau and Bandura Revisitedp. 965
CSF 5-HIAA and Aggression in Female Macaque Monkeys: Species and Interindividual Differencesp. 979
Developmental Exposure to Vasopressin Increases Aggression in Adult Prairie Volesp. 991
CSF Testosterone and 5-HIAA Correlate with Different Types of Aggressive Behaviorsp. 999
Reduced Prefrontal Gray Matter Volume and Reduced Autonomic Activity in Antisocial Personality Disorderp. 1023
Asymmetric Frontal Brain Activity, Cortisol, and Behavior Associated with Fearful Temperament in Rhesus Monkeysp. 1039
Frontal Brain Electrical Activity in Shyness and Sociabilityp. 1049
Selective Alteration of Personality and Social Behavior by Serotonergic Interventionp. 1059
Dopamine and the Structure of Personality: Relation of Agonist-Induced Dopamine Activity to Positive Emotionalityp. 1071
Social Influences on Biology and Health
Socioeconomic Status and Health: The Challenge of the Gradientp. 1095
Psychological Influences on Surgical Recovery: Perspectives from Psychoneuroimmunologyp. 1111
Protective and Damaging Effects of Stress Mediatorsp. 1127
Cytokines for Psychologists: Implications of Bidirectional Immune-to-Brain Communication for Understanding Behavior, Mood, and Cognitionp. 1141
Social Stress and the Reactivation of Latent Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1p. 1185
Hostile Attitudes Predict Elevated Vascular Resistance during Interpersonal Stress in Men and Womenp. 1195
Hostility and the Metabolic Syndrome in Older Males: The Normative Aging Studyp. 1209
Types of Stressors That Increase Susceptibility to the Common Cold in Healthy Adultsp. 1225
Social Isolation and Cardiovascular Disease: An Atherosclerotic Pathway?p. 1241
Emotional Support and Survival after Myocardial Infarction: A Prospective, Population-Based Study of the Elderlyp. 1257
Social Ties and Susceptibility to the Common Coldp. 1269
Regulation of Ovulation by Human Pheromonesp. 1279
Psychosocial Factors, Sex Differences, and Atherosclerosis: Lessons from Animal Modelsp. 1287
Sourcesp. 1307
Indexp. 1313
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