Interoception and Emotion : a Neuroanatomical Perspective

  title={Interoception and Emotion : a Neuroanatomical Perspective},
  author={A. D. Bud},
  • A. D. Bud
  • Published 2007
Introduction When someone asks, " How do you feel? " , your answer includes your bodily feelings as well as your emotional feelings. Influential models of emotion view the embodiment of emotions as fundamental; that is, many observers believe that interoceptive awareness has a crucial role in emotional awareness (Barrett et al. The neuroanatomical findings described in this chapter address the organization of pathways in the brain that engender feelings from the body, and they support the view… CONTINUE READING
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