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2010
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The Neural Bases of Distraction and Reappraisal
■ Distraction and reappraisal are two commonly used forms of cognitive emotion regulation. Functional neuroimaging studies have shown that each one depends upon interactions bet...
Kateri McRae, Brent Hughes, Sita Chopra, John D. E...
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2007
Springer
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Genotype Reuse More Important than Genotype Size in Evolvability of Embodied Neural Networks
odel of Embodiment on Abstract Systems: from Hierarchy to Heterarchy Kohei Nakajima, Soya Shinkai, Takashi Ikegami A Behavior-Based Model of the Hydra, Phylum Cnidaria Malin Aktius...
Chad W. Seys, Randall D. Beer
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