Fundamental feelings

@article{Damasio2001FundamentalF,
  title={Fundamental feelings},
  author={A. Damasio},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2001},
  volume={413},
  pages={781-781}
}
The groundwork for the science of emotion was laid down most auspiciously over a century ago, but neuroscience has given the problem a resolute cold shoulder until recently. By the time that Charles Darwin had remarked on the continuity of emotional phenomena from non-human species to humans; William James had proposed an insightful mechanism for its production; Sigmund Freud had noted the central role of emotions in psychopathological states; and Charles Sherrington had begun the physiological… Expand
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