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Type I and Type II error concerns in fMRI research: re-balancing the scale.
Statistical thresholding (i.e. P-values) in fMRI research has become increasingly conservative over the past decade in an attempt to diminish Type I errors (i.e. false alarms) to a levelExpand
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Does Rejection Hurt? An fMRI Study of Social Exclusion
A neuroimaging study examined the neural correlates of social exclusion and tested the hypothesis that the brain bases of social pain are similar to those of physical pain. Participants were scannedExpand
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Social cognitive neuroscience: a review of core processes.
  • M. Lieberman
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Annual review of psychology
  • 21 December 2007
Social cognitive neuroscience examines social phenomena and processes using cognitive neuroscience research tools such as neuroimaging and neuropsychology. This review examines four broad areas ofExpand
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Why rejection hurts: a common neural alarm system for physical and social pain
Numerous languages characterize 'social pain', the feelings resulting from social estrangement, with words typically reserved for describing physical pain ('broken heart', 'broken bones') and perhapsExpand
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Tools of the Trade Type I and Type II error concerns in fMRI research : rebalancing the scale
Statistical thresholding (i.e. P-values) in fMRI research has become increasingly conservative over the past decade in an attempt to diminish Type I errors (i.e. false alarms) to a levelExpand
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Intuition: a social cognitive neuroscience approach.
This review proposes that implicit learning processes are the cognitive substrate of social intuition. This hypothesis is supported by (a) the conceptual correspondence between implicit learning andExpand
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Putting Feelings Into Words
Putting feelings into words (affect labeling) has long been thought to help manage negative emotional experiences; however, the mechanisms by which affect labeling produces this benefit remainExpand
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Neural Correlates of Dispositional Mindfulness During Affect Labeling
Objective: Mindfulness is a process whereby one is aware and receptive to present moment experiences. Although mindfulness-enhancing interventions reduce pathological mental and physical healthExpand
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Attachment figures activate a safety signal-related neural region and reduce pain experience
Although it has long been hypothesized that attachment figures provide individuals with a sense of safety and security, the neural mechanisms underlying attachment-induced safety have not beenExpand
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Watching social interactions produces dorsomedial prefrontal and medial parietal BOLD fMRI signal increases compared to a resting baseline
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Some human brain areas are tonically active in a resting state when subjects are not engaged in any overt task. Expand
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