Ruth Lane

2007 Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, United States 
"Ruth Lane"
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Lane RD, Smith R. (2021) Levels of Emotional Awareness: Theory and Measurement of a Socio-Emotional Skill. Journal of Intelligence. 9
Lane RD, Solms M, Weihs KL, et al. (2021) Is the Concept of Affective Agnosia a Useful Addition to the Alexithymia Literature? Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Smith R, Steklis HD, Steklis NG, et al. (2020) The evolution and development of the uniquely human capacity for emotional awareness: A synthesis of comparative anatomical, cognitive, neurocomputational, and evolutionary psychological perspectives. Biological Psychology. 154: 107925
Lane R, Arunachalam D, Lindsay J, et al. (2020) Downshifting to care: The role of gender and care in reducing working hours and consumption. Geoforum; Journal of Physical, Human, and Regional Geosciences. 114: 66-76
Smith R, Lane RD. (2020) Thinking through others' emotions: Incorporating the role of emotional state inference in thinking through other minds. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e114
Lane RD, Solms M, Weihs KL, et al. (2020) Affective agnosia: a core affective processing deficit in the alexithymia spectrum Biopsychosocial Medicine. 14: 1-14
Smith R, Ahern GL, Lane RD. (2019) The role of anterior and midcingulate cortex in emotional awareness: A domain-general processing perspective. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 166: 89-101
Smith R, Lane RD, Parr T, et al. (2019) Neurocomputational mechanisms underlying emotional awareness: insights afforded by deep active inference and their potential clinical relevance. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Smith R, Gudleski GD, Lane RD, et al. (2019) Higher Emotional Awareness Is Associated With Reduced Pain in Irritable Bowel Syndrome Patients: Preliminary Results. Psychological Reports. 33294119868778
Smith R, Kaszniak AW, Katsanis J, et al. (2018) The importance of identifying underlying process abnormalities in alexithymia: Implications of the three-process model and a single case study illustration. Consciousness and Cognition. 68: 33-46
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