1 edition of Emotions in Crosslinguistic Perspective (Cognitive Linguistic Research) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Walter de Gruyter|
|Publishers||Walter de Gruyter|
|LC Classifications||January 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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For example, when you attempt to suppress tears when you are sad to prevent yourself from becoming even sadder, you are using response modulation.
Labels and explanations in mother-child emotion talk: age and gender differentiation. Hence, it is generally reserved for the clinical diagnoses of cancers, neurological diseases processes e.
Importantly, the Herero-speakers sorted similarly to one another, suggesting that they understood the instructions but were using different perceptual cues and perhaps different categories than the English-speakers to guide their sorts.
We have thus far primarily discussed studies examining neural mechanisms underlying the processing of emotional images. Instead, consistent with recent theories of embodied cognition e.
Do infants see emotional expressions in static faces? The representation of abstract words: why emotion matters. Measures of emotion: a review. Empathy and alexithymia in borderline personality disorder: clinical and laboratory measures. At the start of each block, participants were given an example of the stimulus that was the target.
Emotions emerge from more basic psychological ingredients: a modern psychological constructionist model.mental set shifting, information updating and monitoring, and inhibition of prepotent responses; McRae et al.
The hippocampus is located in the MTL and is thought to be responsible for the potentiation and consolidation of declarative memory before newly formed memories are distributed and stored in cortical regions.one side is oriented toward the survival and reproductive success that is associated with positively valenced emotional and physiologic homeostasis anticipatory response and the other responds to survival and reproductive failure associated with negatively valenced emotional and physiologic homeostasis reactive response.
Two different types of reappraisal, detached and positive reappraisal, have been widely studied in emotion regulation research John and Gross, 2004; Ochsner and Gross, 2008; Opitz et al. F-18 fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography study of impaired emotion processing in first episode schizophrenia. In addition, introducing new technology Emotions in Crosslinguistic Perspective (Cognitive Linguistic Research) a poorly operating work group is unlikely to improve its performance.
They concluded the change was associated with heightened attention in association with improved performance in memory and emotional processing.
Conversely, a recent study reported that negative learning-centered state confusion improve learning because of an increased focus of attention on learning material that leads to higher performances on post tests and transfer tests. Positron Emission Tomography PET Positron emission tomography is another functional neuroimaging tool that maps CNS physiology and neural activation by measuring glucose metabolism or regional cerebral blood flow rCBF.
Even though the point just made has been repeated ad nauseam, it bears emphasis once again: Minimalism isn't itself a theory of the language faculty that as such would or could compete with other such theories. Psychological construction in the OCC model of emotion. In an extension of these findings, participants in a separate study were asked to indicate whether they saw a stimulus presented to one eye during continuous flash suppression CFS or not.
The book is unique in its emphasis on empirical language data, analyzed in a framework free of ethnocentrism and not dependent upon English emotion terms, but relying instead on independently established conceptual universals.
He approached linguistics as a branch of a broader science of signs, which he labeled semiology now semiotics.
Alexithymia in patients with conversion disorder.
, as might occur during social threats.