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The social consequences of expressive suppression.
- Emily Butler, B. Egloff, F. Wilhelm, N. C. Smith, Elizabeth A. Erickson, J. Gross
- 1 March 2003
The authors' analysis suggests that expressive suppression should disrupt communication and increase stress levels during social interactions, and this hypothesis was tested in unacquainted pairs of women.
The tie that binds? Coherence among emotion experience, behavior, and physiology.
Findings provide new evidence about response system coherence in emotions by examining the within-individual associations among experiential, facial behavioral, and peripheral physiological responses during emotional responding and whether emotion intensity moderates these associations.
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia, emotion, and emotion regulation during social interaction.
Women with higher resting RSA experienced and expressed more negative emotion, and women who attempted to regulate their emotions either by suppressing or reappraising showed larger increases in RSA than controls.
Cardiovascular, electrodermal, and respiratory response patterns to fear- and sadness-inducing films.
Responses to fear- and sadness-inducing films were assessed using a broad range of cardiovascular and electrodermal measures and facial behavior served as control measures, indicating robust differential physiological response patterns for fear, sadness, and neutral.
Fear conditioning in posttraumatic stress disorder: evidence for delayed extinction of autonomic, experiential, and behavioural responses.
All in the mind's eye? Anger rumination and reappraisal.
Research on rumination has demonstrated that compared with distraction, rumination intensifies and prolongs negative emotion. However, rumination and distraction differ both in what one thinks about…
Visual complexity of websites: Effects on users' experience, physiology, performance, and memory
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia, cardiac vagal control, and daily activity.
- P. Grossman, F. Wilhelm, M. Spoerle
- Medicine, BiologyAmerican journal of physiology. Heart and…
- 1 August 2004
Ambulatory respiratory sinus arrhythmia magnitude is associated with respiratory variations and physical activity and concurrent monitoring of respiration andPhysical activity may enhance HR variability accuracy to predict autonomic control.
Autonomic and Respiratory Characteristics of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Panic Disorder
- J. Blechert, T. Michael, P. Grossman, M. Lajtman, F. Wilhelm
- Psychology, MedicinePsychosomatic medicine
- 1 November 2007
Several psychophysiological measures exhibited group-comparison effect sizes in the order of 1.0, supporting their potential for enhancing differential diagnosis and possibly suggesting utility as endophenotypes in genetic studies of anxiety disorders.