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The Archaeology of Mind: Neuroevolutionary Origins of Human Emotions (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Jaak Panksepp , Lucy Biven

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30. November 2007 Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology
What makes us happy? What makes us sad? How do we come to feel a sense of enthusiasm? What fills us with lust, anger, fear, or tenderness? Traditional behavioral and cognitive neuroscience have yet to provide satisfactory answers. The Archaeology of Mind presents an affective neuroscience approach which takes into consideration basic mental processes, brain functions, and emotional behaviors that all mammals share to locate the neural mechanisms of emotional expression. It reveals for the first time the deep neural sources of our values and basic emotional feelings. This book elaborates on the seven emotional systems that explain how we live and behave. These systems originate in deep areas of the brain that are remarkably similar across all mammalian species. When they are disrupted, we find the origins of emotional disorders: - SEEKING: how the brain generates a euphoric and expectant response - FEAR: how the brain responds to the threat of physical danger and death - RAGE: sources of irritation and fury in the brain - LUST: how sexual desire and attachments are elaborated in the brain - CARE: sources of maternal nurturance - GRIEF: sources of non-sexual attachments - PLAY: how the brain generates joyous, rough-and-tumble interactions - SELF: a hypothesis explaining how affects might be elaborated in the brain The book offers an evidence-based evolutionary taxonomy of emotions and affects and, as such, a brand-new clinical paradigm for treating psychiatric disorders in clinical practice."

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Panksepp s perspective on the continuity of animal and human minds has not received the attention it deserves. Here are the collected facts and the reasoning behind that compelling view. An indispensable volume. --Antonio Damasio, author, Self Comes to Mind; David Dornsife Professor of Neuroscience and Director, Brain and Creativity Institute, University of Southern California (04/16/2013)"

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5.0 von 5 Sternen 10 STARS! THE NEW SCIENCE OF EMOTIONS 7. Oktober 2012
Von Mark Waldman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I would have to say that this is the most transformational book I've read in a decade. It consolidates Panksepp's 30 years of research on human and animal emotions, and supports similar studies as well. What you and I have been calling emotions would be better stated as feelings: conscious cognitive reflections of the emotional experiences that drive us to take action in the world.

The most important emotion is SEEKING, which I call the "desire/acquire" circuit in the brain. When we see, hear, taste, or experience something new, different, and interesting, lower brain functions wake us up and release dopamine, one of the main pleasure neurochemicals in the brain. This gives rise to consciousness (activity in specific parts of our frontal lobe) in all mammals, and perhaps even for birds and reptiles. Humans have larger frontal lobes, thus we have a wider range of conscious choices. This consciousness gives rise to secondary emotions that are more diverse than the primary emotions of SEEKING, CARING, FEAR, ANGER, LUST, PLAY/JOY and SADNESS, which Panksepp has meticulously mapped out in terms of brain structures, functions, and neurochemicals.

The most surprising emotion he documents is PLAY, without which animals and humans would not be able to develop cooperative social behavior and empathy. Fear, anger, and sadness have made it into popular literature with 50% accuracy, but SEEKING and PLAY have not been talked about much. SEEKING motivates us to take action, and PLAY gives us the skills to build thriving relationships with others. His summary of the nature of consciousness is brilliant, but be forewarned: there's a lot of scholarly material and academic research discussed here. But if you are a therapist, a teacher, or a person who wants to understand how our emotional biology creates our world of consciousness, this book will arouse your precuneus and blow your mind (or should I say dorsolateral prefrontal cortex).

I'd place Panksepp as one of the 10 most important neuroscientists of the century.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Affective Neuroscience 9. Oktober 2012
Von Stuart Sims - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a psychology student, I found myself quite disenchanted with the current state of the various fields of psychology. The further a delved into the research and various models of consciousness produced over the last century, the less it made sense. It seemed that psychology was more of an art than a science - looking at men such as Freud, Skinner, and Pavlov, it appeared they took only the most perfunctory scientific foundations and applied them to their own creative speculations on how the mind functioned. Psychology appeared to be a sort of Frankenstein's monster, composed of soft science, personal philosophy, and wild guesses. Then I found out about Jaak Panksepp and his enormous body of research. Panksepp is a hard science researcher who has accumulated an enormous weight of evidentiary support for his revolutionary model of how the brain produces consciousness. This book is the culmination of decades of meticulous research done by one of the finest neuroscientists in the world. Panksepp's bottom-up, nested hierarchy model of consciousness represents a radical paradigm shift away from the half-truths provided by the "computational model" that had guided research in the field of neuroscience for the past century. This computational (or learning) model has never been experimentally validated and completely ignores the relevance of the brains subcortical primary process emotional circuitry. Panksepp has provided us with a unified theory of the mind that reintroduces emotions into the equation. I recommend this book to anyone with a burning desire to understand who they are and why they feel what they feel. Jaak Panksepp's research has changed the way I look at psychology, and when his model of consciousness replaces the computational model, Panksepp's work is going to change the world.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A great book. 11. April 2013
Von Robert Wentworth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a real mind changer. The best, most illuminating and scientific work on the fundamental cores of experience I have read in twenty years.
A classic of the the Revolution in Neuroscience at a deeper level than the Cognitive Model of the Mind.
It is also very well written and a pleasure to read.
Dr Robert Wentworth
Sydney.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen More Important than William James, Freud and Jung 30. Januar 2013
Von Burwell Dodd - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A BOOK ALL EDUCATED PEOPLE SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH. It is an account of the most important and paradigm changing research into the BrainMind ever written. Not an easy read because Professor Panksepp needed to include so much detail in a complex and interlinking field of study, but as he suggests, read it as a novel and an intellectual adventure, and you will find what he says jibes with how your BrainMind behaves and feels.
Beyond star rating.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Cutting edge 15. Januar 2013
Von Joseph P Lang - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Although technical, this book is thought provoking and fits with my 25 years as a therapist. This book will serve as a turning point in understanding emotion.
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