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Record identifier : 565508
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Feit, Alison R
Title and statement of responsibility : Implicit affect: Affective neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and psychopathology and the emergence of a new discipline [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Adelphi University, The Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, 2005
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Adelphi University, The Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies
Summary or Abstract : This paper attempts to integrate three fields of study-- affective neuroscience , cognitive psychology , and psychopathology in an attempt to demonstrate that 'under the radar' there been a slow emergence of new field, that of implicit affect . The first part of this paper devotes itself to a review of nonconscious processes within affective neuroscience. Recent advances in neuroimaging (e.g. De Raedt, D'haenen, and Everaert et al., 1997; Phelps, 2004) provide a new framework for understanding the connectivity that mediates corticolimbic interactions. Such evidence points to the interdependent nature of affective and cognitive processes at the automatic level (see Ochnser and Barrett; 2001). The second section of this paper attempts to reexamine some of the implicit cognitive literature as well as connectionist models. The third and last section of the paper examines work in psychopathology which has focused on 'implicit structures' and 'automatic processes' in mental dysfunction. The review of these three fields will illustrate that, for many cognitive processes, there exist concomitant affective processes (that work in tandem). The author maintains that evidence from these three fields points to a new understanding of unconscious emotion and the birth of a new field which will rightfully be called ' implicit affect '..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Psychotherapy, Cognitive therapy, Psychobiology, Mental health
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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