Contributions of the Insula to Cognition and Emotion

Abstract

Historically, the insula was considered primary gustatory cortex. Now it is known to play a more comprehensive role in the processing of sensory information, including acting as primary cortex for interoceptive information, including autonomic nervous system mediated changes. As such, it is critical for emotional feeling in accord with the James-Lange… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11065-014-9246-9

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@article{Gasquoine2014ContributionsOT, title={Contributions of the Insula to Cognition and Emotion}, author={Philip Gerard Gasquoine}, journal={Neuropsychology Review}, year={2014}, volume={24}, pages={77-87} }