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Neurokognitive Aspekte des Sprechens über Angst

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In der Natur existieren die eher kognitiven Phänomene „Furcht“ und „Angst“ nur bei höher entwickelten Organismen und erlangen dadurch einen entwicklungsgeschichtlichen Stellenwert. Stammesgeschichtlich basaler und auch bei weniger komplexen Organismen vorkommend sind die schwächere Form der „Aufregung“ (neuronale Aktivitätserhöhung) und die viel stärkere Form der „Panik“ (Fluchtreaktion), die sich beide im Verhalten und anhand neuronaler Aktivität beobachten lassen. Aus biologischer Sicht sind all diese Formen mögliche Realisierungen von erhöhter Aufmerksamkeit innerhalb der emotional-affektiven Zustände tierischer Lebewesen.

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  1. 1.Fakultät für Linguistik und LiteraturwissenschaftUniversität BielefeldBielefeldDeutschland

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