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The release of dopamine occurs in response to signals from the basal ganglia and is housed in the ventral tegmental area, whereas the release of serotonin occurs in the DRN. These, in turn, influence cortical areas responsible for trying to act and stored intentions, as well as such subcortical areas as the motor striatum, globus pallidus, and substantia nigra pars reticulate. Subparts of the cortical and subcortical systems then influence motor responses/functions in the motor anterior cingulated, motor prefrontal cortex, and the supplementary motor area.
Moreover,] objects of appetitive desire are appealing, things we view with pleasure” (Davis, 1997, p. 136, emphasis in original). For example, “Silvia has a longing to visit her birthplace” and “Paul has a craving for sushi” are appetitive desires. Davis points out that volitive and appetitive desires are logically independent and can exist empirically in distinct ways: We often want to eat, for social or nutritional reasons, when we have no appetite and view the prospect of eating without pleasure.
Here attitudes, to take an example, are relatively stable evaluative responses that are learned and become predispositions to respond in subsequently experienced situations compatible with the attitude or its acquisition (Eagly and Chaiken, 1993). For classically construed attitudes to have an effect on intentions, say, they must be retrieved or activated from memory. But the theory behind their emotive effects on intention has not been developed, and therefore tests to date of the “effect” of attitudes rely on demonstrations of empirical associations between attitudes and intentions without investigation of the mechanism underlying the presumed causal process.