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Alternative TitleSelf-esteem and brain: A social neuroscience approach
杨紫嫣1,2; 罗宇1; 古若雷1; 刘云芝1,2; 蔡华俭1
Source Publication心理科学进展


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Accumulating research has approached self-esteem from the perspective of social neuroscience. A review of relevant research indicates that: 1) self-esteem is related to brain physiologically with high self-esteem associating with larger hippocampus volume and regional gray matter volume of anterior cingulate cortex; 2) self-esteem is also related to the resting state of default mode network and functional connectivity among some specific brain areas; 3) self-esteem modulates brain activities to threats such that individuals with low self-esteem exhibit stronger neural responses to self-threatening stimuli; 4) self-esteem modulates brain activities during self-evaluation process. Overall, these findings shed light on the neural basis of self-esteem as well as its adaptive functions.

Keyword自尊 自我评价 威胁 内侧前额叶 前扣带回
Indexed ByCSSCI
Funding Organization国家自然科学基金(31571148) ; 中国科学院行为科学重点实验室经费资助(Y5CX052003).
Document Type期刊论文
First Author AffilicationKey Laboratory of Behavioral Science, CAS
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杨紫嫣,罗宇,古若雷,等. 自尊的认知神经机制[J]. 心理科学进展,2017,25(5):共11页.
APA 杨紫嫣,罗宇,古若雷,刘云芝,&蔡华俭.(2017).自尊的认知神经机制.心理科学进展,25(5),共11页.
MLA 杨紫嫣,et al."自尊的认知神经机制".心理科学进展 25.5(2017):共11页.
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