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主观幸福感的脑机制
Alternative TitleNeural Mechanism of Subjective Well-being
顾媛媛; 罗跃嘉
2009
Source Publication心理科学进展
Correspondent Emailluoyj@bnu.edu.cn
Volume17Issue:5Pages:957-963
Contribution Rank2
Abstract主观幸福感是社会认知领域一直关注的重要问题.Kalmeman等人提出的评价系统模型为主观幸福感的研究提供了基本框架.主观幸福感形成过程中,评价系统的主要产物包括即时效用、回忆效用、抉择效用和预期效用,这些效用都有着各自特殊的神经机制.主观幸福感的影响因素分为内部和外部因素,它们也对应着各异的神经基础.未来主观幸福感领域的研究应遵循生理机制和心理机制相结合的整合研究思路.
Other AbstractWell-being has been an everlasting theme of the human lives.Kahneman and his colleagues proposed the he Appraisal System,which provided the framework for studying subjective well-being(SWB).Relevant researches and significant findings in the neural basis for SWB in the past decade were reviewed in details,which covered four aspects(instantaneous utility,remembered utility,decision predicted utility) of the Appraisal System and internal external factors for global SWB.
Keyword主观幸福感 脑机制 评价系统
Subject Area社会心理学
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Language中文
Funding Organization教育部创新团队资助项目,国家自然科学基金,国家高技术研究发展计划(863计划)
Funding Project教育部创新团队(IRT0710)资助项目,国家自然科学基金,国家高技术研究发展计划(863计划)
CSCD IDCSCD:3697070
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/10151
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Corresponding Author罗跃嘉
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顾媛媛,罗跃嘉. 主观幸福感的脑机制[J]. 心理科学进展,2009,17(5):957-963.
APA 顾媛媛,&罗跃嘉.(2009).主观幸福感的脑机制.心理科学进展,17(5),957-963.
MLA 顾媛媛,et al."主观幸福感的脑机制".心理科学进展 17.5(2009):957-963.
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