Cognition, emotion and autonomic responses: The integrative by H.B.M. Uylings, C.G. Van Eden, J.P.C. De Bruin, M.G.P.

By H.B.M. Uylings, C.G. Van Eden, J.P.C. De Bruin, M.G.P. Feenstra, C.M.A. Pennartz

Because the booklet of the former quantity at the prefrontal cortex: its buildings, functionality and pathology in growth in mind learn a few ten years in the past, new info has emerged at the prefrontal cortex and its connections and interactions with constructions all in favour of emotional, motivational and autonomic responses. Cognition, reminiscence and selection making seem to be motivated via emotional and autonomic responses from viscera and the interior kingdom of the organism (e.g. 'gut feelings') precipitated by way of the skin global. This led to a renewed curiosity within the interactions of circuits thinking about cognition, reminiscence and determination making with these taken with emotional and motivational responses. for that reason, the twenty first overseas summer time college of mind learn, held in Amsterdam, 23-27 August 1999, used to be fullyyt dedicated to the query to which quantity the prefrontal cortex and similar limbic constructions functionality as an integrative middle for those interactions.

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A substantial amount of research suggests that memory formation can be modulated (enhanced or impaired) by administration of physiological doses of endogenous stress hormones (most commonly epinephrine) soon after a training event. These effects are time- and dosedependant, that is, they affect memory only when 30 given soon after training, and the dose-response function is typically an 'inverted-U': Moderate doses enhance memory, while doses above or below that median range do not, and may even impair memory.

A hypothesis widely advanced in recent years holds that the amygdala (in particular its lateral/basolateral nuclei, L/BL) is a site in which a presumed separate form of memory - 'emotional memory' is formed and permanently stored (Ledoux, 1995; Maren and Fanselow, 1996). , 1996) are not necessarily mutually exclusive. It is conceivable that the amygdala plays a time-limited role in the modulation of storage of some forms of memory, and a non timelimited role as the site of storage of non-conscious 'emotional memory'.

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