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Cognitive reappraisal of emotion: a meta-analysis of human neuroimaging studies.
In recent years, an explosion of neuroimaging studies has examined cognitive reappraisal, an emotion regulation strategy that involves changing the way one thinks about a stimulus in order to changeExpand
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Meditation experience is associated with differences in default mode network activity and connectivity
Many philosophical and contemplative traditions teach that “living in the moment” increases happiness. However, the default mode of humans appears to be that of mind-wandering, which correlates withExpand
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Prefrontal–striatal pathway underlies cognitive regulation of craving
The ability to control craving for substances that offer immediate rewards but whose long-term consumption may pose serious risks lies at the root of substance use disorders and is critical forExpand
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Bottom-Up and Top-Down Processes in Emotion Generation
Emotions are generally thought to arise through the interaction of bottom-up and top-down processes. However, prior work has not delineated their relative contributions. In a sample of 20 females, weExpand
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The Brain Basis of Positive and Negative Affect: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis of the Human Neuroimaging Literature.
The ability to experience pleasant or unpleasant feelings or to represent objects as "positive" or "negative" is known as representing hedonic "valence." Although scientists overwhelmingly agree thatExpand
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The neural bases of empathic accuracy
Theories of empathy suggest that an accurate understanding of another's emotions should depend on affective, motor, and/or higher cognitive brain regions, but until recently no experimental methodExpand
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Social Cognitive Conflict Resolution: Contributions of Domain-General and Domain-Specific Neural Systems
Cognitive control mechanisms allow individuals to behave adaptively in the face of complex and sometimes conflicting information. Although the neural bases of these control mechanisms have beenExpand
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vlPFC–vmPFC–Amygdala Interactions Underlie Age-Related Differences in Cognitive Regulation of Emotion
Emotion regulation is a critical life skill that develops throughout childhood and adolescence. Despite this development in emotional processes, little is known about how the underlying brain systemsExpand
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Concurrent and lasting effects of emotion regulation on amygdala response in adolescence and young adulthood.
This study used functional MRI (fMRI) to examine a novel aspect of emotion regulation in adolescent development: whether age predicts differences in both the concurrent and lasting effects of emotionExpand
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Neural mechanisms tracking popularity in real-world social networks
Significance In virtually all human groups, differences in popularity induce social status and shape interactions. How do we recognize that certain individuals are popular—highly liked by theExpand
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