Affective Neuroscience: The Foundations of Human and Animal Emotions

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Subject Index
Acetylcholine
and aggression, 203
and arousal, 49
map of, 107
and sexual pleasure, 227, 243
as a waking system, 133
ACTH. See adrenocorticotrophic hormone
Action potentials, 32-87, 145, 357n. 43
Addictive behaviors, 118, 225
ADHD. See attention, deficit hyperactivity disorders
Adipose tissue, 180, 175-179
Adjunctive behavior, 161
Adrenal hormones
gluconeogenesis, 137
and stress, 119, 276
Arenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH), 101, 217, 218
Adrian, Lord, 83
Aegyptopithecus, 326
Affective attack
and benzodiazepines, 219
and rage, 188
relations to other forms of aggression, 194
Affective neuroscience
aims of, 14
and brain circuits, 17
definition of emotions, 48-49
difficulties with the subjective view, 10, 29-30
feelings as causes, 14
goals of, 301-302
homologies across species, 17
premises of, 3-7, 14, 31
relations to folk psychology, 304
Aective states, 3, 30, 34, 42, 164, 214, 302, 310, 345n. 4
Affiliative needs, 246-260, 261-279, 282
Affirmation of consequents, 29-30
Aggression
affective, 188, 194
baroreceptor effects, 198
and benzodiazepines, 219
brain controls, 196-199
eliciting conditions, 193
evoked by ESB, 193
fear-induced, 193, 194
and freedom of action, 189
frontal cortex, 192, 197
and frustration, 189
and 5-HIAA, 202
as instrumental acts, 188
intermale, 188, 193
irritable, 193
maternal, 193, 194
neurochemistry of, 201-203
and nitric oxide, 204
opiate withdrawal, 343n. 15
and opiates, 343n. 15
pharmacology of, 201-203
predatory, 188, 193
sex-related, 193, 194, 199
in society, 16
stimulus-bound, 193-196
taxonomies of, 192-193
territorial, 193
and vestibular system, 198
Agnosias, 307
Alcohol, 217, 219
Aldosterone, 186
Alexithymia, 42
Alkaloids, 103
Alpha-blocking, 87, 95
Alpha-fetoprotein, 225, 232
Alprazolam, 212, 220, 275
Altruism
bonding, 259
brain systems and, 262, 278
logic of, 259, 321
Alzheimer's disease, 102, 108, 114, 133
Amino acid transmitters, 112, 361-362n. 18
Amphetamine
and ADHD, 320
and aggression, 196
exploration, 52, 283
and feeding, 171
and feelings, 146, 149
and play, 283, 297
Amygdala
affective experience, 34
central nucleus, 215
and fear, 208, 217, 220
hierarchical control of emotions, 196
sexuality, 241
Amyelotrophic lateral sclerosis, 288
Anabolism, 98
Analogies, 17
Anandamide, 264, 361n. 16
Angel dust, 315

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