About this Research Topic
A broad research area that seems to be of interest across Latin American countries is related to emotion and learning processes. We have noted an important number of scientists, from a variety of countries, that focus their research on questions pertaining the relationships between emotion and learning. However, Latin American research on emotion and learning also seems to be hidden from the large scientific community of the world. Thus, the field and its world impact, could grow by improving visibility and developing systematic cooperation networks. This Research Topic seeks to engage researchers from Latin America that are currently approaching the experimental study of learning and emotion to share their findings. Ultimately, we expect that this effort will result in strengthening and integrating our regional community of experts, enhancing global networking, and establishing new challenges and developments for future investigation.
Our call for papers covers all type of articles (e.g., original research, methods, reviews, protocols, etc.) reporting basic or translational experimental research relevant to any area of learning and emotion, conducted with humans or any type of animal model, and implementing diverse methodologies (including neuronal networks or simulations).
Some examples of the topics of interest are:
1) motivation or incentives and learning,
2) frustration research,
3) emotional psychopharmacology,
4) emotion and addiction,
5) emotion regulation.
Affiliation of the authors is open, though we specially encourage that at least one of the authors of the submitted manuscript has an affiliation to a Latin American institution.
Keywords: learning, emotion, Latin America, research visibility, collaboration
Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.