Social Neuroscience Definition
“Social neuroscience may be broadly defined as the exploration of the neurological underpinnings of the processes traditionally examined by, but not limited to, social psychology.” (Definiton of Social Neuroscience writen by Jean Decety and Julian Paul Keenan in the first issue of Social Neuroscience Journal.)
“Social neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field devoted to understanding how biological systems implement social processes and behavior, and to using biological concepts and methods to inform and refine theories of social processes and behavior.” (Wikipedia)
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A quantitative meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies of pragmatic language comprehension: in search of a universal neural substrate.
A quantitative meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies of pragmatic language comprehension: in search of a universal neural substrate. Neuroscience. 2018 Nov 08;: Authors: Reyes-Aguilar A, Valles Capetillo E, Giordano M Abstract Pragmatics may be defined as the ability to communicate by expressing and recognizing intentions. The objective of this meta-analysis was to identify neural substrates for comprehension of pragmatic content in general, as well as the differences between pragmatic forms, and to describe if there is differential recruitment of brain areas according to natural language. This meta-analysis included 48 functional magnetic resonance imaging studies that reported pragmatic versus literal language contrasts. The pragmatic forms […]
The Core of Parents' Main Concerns When Having a Child With Cataract and Its Clinical Implications.
The Core of Parents' Main Concerns When Having a Child With Cataract and Its Clinical Implications. J Pediatr Nurs. 2018 Nov 08;: Authors: Gyllén J, Magnusson G, Forsberg A Abstract PURPOSE: To investigate the main concerns associated with being a parent of a child with cataract and how the parents deal with these concerns. DESIGN AND METHOD: Twenty-three parents; 6 mothers, 5 fathers and 6 couples with a child with cataract were included in this study. The parents included some with a personal experience of cataract and some without. Data was collected through 17 in-depth interviews, which were recorded and transcribed verbatim for analysis by the method of Grounded Theory developed by Charmaz. RESULTS: The Grounded Theory […]