大脑前额叶对不同诱发情绪材料的加工:fNIRS研究的进展
Processing of Prefrontal Cortex (PFC) to Different Emotion-Induced Materials: Progress of Research on fNIRS

作者: 周 菘 , 杨海波 , 刘 颖 , 李 芳 , 魏芷鑫 , 白学军 :天津师范大学心理与行为研究院,天津;

关键词: 近红外脑功能成像技术(fNIRS)情绪加工前额叶脑机制Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Technology (fNIRS) Emotion Processing Prefrontal Cortex (PFC) Brain Mechanism

摘要:
近红外脑功能成像技术(fNIRS)是近年来兴起的一种用于研究脑机制的新手段。在过去的二十多年中,许多研究者使用fNIRS开展了对情绪情感的研究。本文首先简要介绍利用fNIRS技术研究大脑前额叶在情绪加工方面的可行性,然后从不同诱发情绪材料的角度总结了大脑前额叶对情绪加工的fNIRS研究进展,其中包括视觉、听觉、触觉、多通道诱发材料和情境诱发等内容,最后基于已有成果与研究现状,对fNIRS在前额情绪加工方面所面临的问题进行了总结,并对未来提出了展望。

Abstract: As a new technology of functional brain imaging, Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Technology (fNIRS) has been developing for years. In the past twenty years, many researchers have been studying emotion with fNIRS. This paper firstly introduced its feasibility and availability of inves-tigating emotion processing in the prefrontal area, then summarized the progress in the field of emotion processing in the prefrontal area with fNIRS in the perspective of emotion-induced mate-rials, including visual, auditory, tactile, multi-channel and context-induced materials etc. Finally, based on previous studies, a few problems and suggestions for the development of emotion pro- cessing with fNIRS were proposed.

文章引用: 周 菘 , 杨海波 , 刘 颖 , 李 芳 , 魏芷鑫 , 白学军 (2014) 大脑前额叶对不同诱发情绪材料的加工:fNIRS研究的进展。 心理学进展, 4, 822-830. doi: 10.12677/AP.2014.46107

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