Lisa Barrett

  • Kristina Mustafinaцитує2 роки тому
    The classical view of emotion holds that we have many such emotion circuits in our brains, and each is said to cause a distinct set of changes, that is, a fingerprint.
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    A skilled interior designer can look at five shades of blue and distinguish azure, cobalt, ultramarine, royal blue, and cyan. My husband, on the other hand, would call them all blue. My students and I had discovered a similar phenomenon for emotions, which I described as emotional granularity.2
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    As it turns out, facial EMG presents a serious challenge to the classical view of emotion. In study after study, the muscle movements do not reliably indicate when someone is angry, sad, or fearful; they don’t form predictable fingerprints for each emotion.
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    Faces are constantly moving, and your brain relies on many different factors at once—body posture, voice, the overall situation, your lifetime of experience—to figure out which movements are meaningful and what they mean.14
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    you must show that no other explanations can account for your results.
  • Jackцитує3 місяці тому
    ll of it nonstop for seventy-two years

    I hope I live longer than this

  • Jackцитує3 місяці тому
    primary somatosensory cortex.

    Allows us to sense body’s movements and sense of touch

  • Jackцитує3 місяці тому
    The biological building blocks are the same; what differs is the timing.
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    Hub damage is associated with depression, schizophrenia, dyslexia, chronic pain, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and other disorders.
  • Jackцитує3 місяці тому
    Similarly, when babies are born with dense cataracts, meaning the brain receives no visual input, neurons in the visual cortex become repurposed for other senses.

    That’s so cool how neurons can just change their inputs

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