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Solms M. & Panksepp J. (in press). Why depression feels bad.

Solms M. & Panksepp J. (2016). Why depression feels bad. IN PRESS: CH Ashton and EK Perry (eds) The Neuroscience of Conscious/Nonconscious Interactions   [working title] v. anche  New Horizons in the Neuroscience of Consciousness. Edited by Elaine K. Perry, Daniel Collerton, Fiona E.N. LeBeau and Heather Ashton Newcastle University, John Benjamins Publishing Company. Advances in Consciousness Research, 79 2010.  xxv, … Continue Reading »

Zellner M.R., Watt D.F., Solms M., Panksepp J. (2011). Affective neuroscientific and neuropsychoanalytic approaches to two intractable psychiatric problems: Why depression feels so bad and what addicts really want. Nerosc.Behav.Reviews, 35(9) :2000-2008.

Zellner M.R., Watt D.F., Solms M., Panksepp J. (2011). Affective neuroscientific and neuropsychoanalytic approaches to two intractable psychiatric problems: Why depression feels so bad and what addicts really want. Nerosciences and Behavioral Reviews, vol. 35, 9: 2000-2008.   Zellner M.R – Laboratory of Neurobiology and Behavior, Rockefeller University, 1230 York Avenue, NewYork, NY10065, United States … Continue Reading »

Panksepp J. & Solms M. (2012). Special Issue: Cognition in Neuropsychiatric Disorders. What is neuropsychoanalysis? Clinically relevant studies of the minded brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16 (1): 6-8.

 Panksepp J. & Solms M. (2012). Special Issue: Cognition in Neuropsychiatric Disorders. What is neuropsychoanalysis? Clinically relevant studies of the minded brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16 (1): 6-8.   Scopo della neuropsicoanalisi è comprendere la mente umana nel suo aspetto di esperienza in prima persona, utilizzando in pari misura le conoscenza sulla mente e … Continue Reading »

Solms M. & Panksepp J. (2012). The “Id” knows more than the “Ego” admits: neuropsychoanalytic and primal consciousness perspectives on the interface between affective and cognitive neuroscience. Brain Sciences, 2: 147-175.

Solms M. & Panksepp J. (2012).The “Id” knows more than the “Ego” admits: neuropsychoanalytic and primal consciousness perspectives on the interface between affective and cognitive neuroscience. Brain Sciences, 2: 147-175.   Abstract   It is commonly believed that consciousness is a higher brain function. Here we consider the likelihood, based on abundant neuroevolutionary data that … Continue Reading »