Shared Neural Substrates of Affective Empathy and Interpersonal Guilt (Neuroscience/Psychology)

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1. Introduction
2. Findings of Neuroimaging Studies
3. Discussion
4. Conclusion


This review summarizes neuroimaging studies on empathy and interpersonal guilt to identify potential shared neural circuitry and offer a framework for investigating how impairments in such areas could contribute in maladaptive behavior. The words empathy, affective empathy, empathic concern, guilt, and interpersonal guilt have been cross-referenced with the words neural, neurobiological, neuroimaging and fMRI to search for peer-reviewed articles on Google Scholar and PsycINFO. The review is divided into three sections and includes peer-reviewed articles from 2004 to 2015. The first part surveys neuroimaging findings on the insula and cingulate cortex and their association with affective empathy and interpersonal guilt. The second section reviews research on associations with regions of the cerebral cortex. Finally, implications of a shared neural system and future research directions will be discussed in the last section.

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