Affective Functions (Emotion, Mood, Feeling)
“Passions,” or more specifically the so-called affective functions (McHugh’s affective realm) (McHugh and Slavney 1998), up to the 1930s were thought to differ from mental functions proper, thus bearing no relationship whatsoever to cerebral activity.
KeywordsPrefrontal Cortex Cerebral Blood Flow Orbitofrontal Cortex White Matter Hyperintensity Bipolar Depression
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