Forebrain emotional asymmetry: a neuroanatomical basis?

@article{Craig2005ForebrainEA,
  title={Forebrain emotional asymmetry: a neuroanatomical basis?},
  author={A. D. Craig},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={566-571}
}
There is considerable psychophysiological evidence to indicate that the left and right halves of the human forebrain differentially associate with particular emotions and affective traits. A neurobiological model is needed. Here I propose that forebrain emotional asymmetry is anatomically based on an asymmetrical representation of homeostatic activity that originates from asymmetries in the peripheral autonomic nervous system. This proposal builds on recent evidence indicating that lateralized… CONTINUE READING
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