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Neurale Mechanismen emotionalen Verhaltens

  • Alberto Zanchetti
Conference paper
Part of the Verhandlungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kreislaufforschung book series (2849, volume 32)

Zusammenfassung

„Das Konzept der Emotion beinhaltet sowohl eine bestimmte Art der Reaktion als auch eine subjektive Erfahrung. In Tierexperimenten kann das Phänomen der Emotion nur als Verhaltensmuster studiert werden ; will man die subjektiven Aspekte der Emotion bei Tieren in Betracht ziehen, so begibt man sich auf eine Basis, die logischerweise keinen Platz in objektiver physiologischer Forschung hat“. Dieser Satz von Bard (1) verdeutlicht sehr gut die Basis und die Grenzen der Verhaltensforschung im Rahmen der Untersuchung von Emotionen. Es ist einleuchtend, daß dies die einzige vorhandene Möglichkeit ist, wenn die Lokalisation oder die Funktion neuraler Mechanismen emotionalen Verhaltens mit Hilfe von Läsionen oder Reizexperimenten untersucht werden sollen, Experimenten also, die natürlich nur am Tier durchgeführt werden können. Es ist dies ferner das brauchbarste Verfahren für alle, die hier heute zusammengekommen sind, und die an den Wirkungen der Emotionen auf Körperfunktionen interessiert sind.

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© Dr. Dietrich Steinkopff, Darmstadt 1966

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alberto Zanchetti
    • 1
  1. 1.Instituto di Patologia Medica dell’UniversitàSienaItalien

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