Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology


Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology

Description: Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology is a peer
reviewed open access journal that aims to stimulate multidisciplinary
research into the central nervous system and its complex relationship
with the surrounding social environment. Spurred by significant
methodological and theoretical advances in cognitive and developmental
neurosciences over the past two decades, two particular fields have
emerged: (i) social neuroscience focusing on the role of the brain in
processing social information, and (ii) affective neuroscience
focusing on the role of the brain and how it reacts to emotionally,
motivationally and other affectively related inputs. Several
interesting topics are now appearing as these two fields begin to
overlap, for example the question of the neural processing of
emotional information conveyed by congeners, and the role of the brain
in functional contexts involving dyadic interactions. In particular,
during the last years, developmental research has allowed us to better
understand psychological and neural processes involved in early social

Publisher: Co-Action Publishing

Language: English

Country: Sweden

Frequency: As articles are ready to be published

Publication fee: Yes

Subscription fee: No

Start year: 2011

E-ISSN: 2000-9011

Editor: Harold Mouras


Abstracts: Yes

Language of abstracts: English

Keywords: Psychology

Subject: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

Date Posted: 21 March, 2013

Open Access: 
Original posting date: 
Thursday, March 21, 2013
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