Emotional-cognitive integration, the self, and cortical midline structures

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (2):211-212 (2005)
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Abstract

Lewis discusses the dynamic mechanisms of emotional-cognitive integration. I argue that he neglects the self and its neural correlate. The self can be characterized as an emotional-cognitive unity, which may be accounted for by the interplay between anterior and posterior medial cortical regions. I propose that these regions form an anatomical, physiological, and psychological unity, the cortical midline structures (CMSs).

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