The Limbic System

Emotion, Laterality, and Unconscious Mind
  • Rhawn Joseph
Part of the Critical Issues in Neuropsychology book series (CINP)

Abstract

Many members of Western civilization experience emotion as a potentially overwhelming force that warrants and yet resists control—as something irrational that can happen to you (“you make me so angry”). Perhaps in part, this schism between the rational and the emotional is attributable to the raw energy of emotion having its source in the nuclei of the ancient limbic lobe—what some have referred to as the reptilian brain, a series of nuclei that first made their phylogenetic appearance long before man walked upon this earth. Although over the course of evolution a new brain (neocortex) has developed, we remain creatures of emotion. We have not completely emerged from the phylogenetic swamps of our original psychic existence. The old limbic brain has not been replaced.

Keywords

Temporal Lobe Physiological Psychology Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Limbic System Lateral Hypothalamus 
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