Emotions

Emotions

December 2015 – Vol 17 – No. 4

In this issue

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Dieter Naber, MD; David R. Rubinow, MD

Editorial

Emotional processing needs further study in major psychiatric diseases
Florence Thibaut (Editor In Chief)

State of the art

Affective preclinical modeling of psychiatric disorders: taking imbalanced primal emotional feelings of animals seriously in our search for novel antidepressants
Jaak Panksepp (USA)

Translational research

Affiliative and prosocial motives and emotions in mental health
Paul Gilbert (UK)

Emotor control: computations underlying bodily resource allocation, emotions, and confidence
Adam Kepecs; Brett D. Mensh (USA)

Clinical research

What develops during emotional development? A component process approach to identifying sources of psychopathology risk in adolescence
Katie A. McLaughlin; Megan C. Garrad; Leah H. Somerville (USA)

The rise of moral emotions in neuropsychiatry
Leonardo F. Fontenelle; Ricardo de Oliveira-Souza; Jorge Moll (Brazil)

Emotional and cognitive dysregulation in schizophrenia and depression: understanding common and distinct behavioral and neural mechanisms
Alan Anticevic (USA)

Emotional responses to interpersonal rejection
Mark R. Leary (USA)

Compound facial expressions of emotion: from basic research to clinical applications
Shichuan Du; Aleix M. Martinez (USA)

Measuring facial expression of emotion
Karsten Wolf (Germany)

Oxytocin in the socioemotional brain: implications for psychiatric disorders
Peter Kirsch (Germany)

Pharmacological aspects

The effects of drugs on human models of emotional processing: an account of antidepressant drug treatment
Abbie Pringle; Catherine J. Harmer (UK)