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A major reason for investigating the actual brain mecha- nisms that underlie emotion and motivation, and reward and punishment, is not only to understand how our own brains.
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Emotional working memory capacity in posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD Susanne Schweizer and Tim Dalgleish Ӓ Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain.
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The classic vs. emotional Stroop 1 Dalgleish, T. 2005. Putting some feeling into it - the conceptual and empirical relationships between the classic and emotional Stroop.
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see “timeline” in article for historical development of affective neuroscience Two fathers of affective neuroscience: Charles Darwin: “The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals” 1872.