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- Nombre: Unconscious emotion
- Autor: Piotr Winkielman (University of California), Kent C. Berridge (University of Michigan)
- A√Īo: 2004
- Abstract: Conscious feelings have traditionally been viewed as a central and necessary ingredient of emotion. Here we argue that emotion also can be genuinely unconscious. We describe evidence that positive and negative reactions can be elicited subliminally and remain inaccessible to introspection. Despite the absence of subjective feelings in such cases, subliminally induced affective reactions still influence people‚Äôs preference judgments and even the amount of beverage they consume. This evidence is consistent with evolutionary considerations suggesting that systems underlying basic affective reactions originated prior to systems for conscious awareness. The idea of unconscious emotion is also supported by evidence from affective neuroscience indicating that subcortical brain systems underlie basic ‚Äė‚Äėliking‚Äô ‚Äô reactions. More research is needed to clarify the relations and differences between conscious and unconscious.
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