The functional neural architecture of self-reports of affective experience.

  title={The functional neural architecture of self-reports of affective experience.},
  author={Ajay B. Satpute and Jocelyn Shu and Jochen Weber and Mathieu Roy and Kevin N. Ochsner},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  volume={73 7},
BACKGROUND The ability to self-report on affective experience is essential to both our everyday communication about emotion and our scientific understanding of it. However, the underlying cognitive and neural mechanisms for how people construct statements even as simple as "I feel bad!" remain unclear. We examined whether the neural architecture underlying the ability to make statements about affective experience is composed of distinct functional systems. METHODS In a novel functional… CONTINUE READING
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