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Event-related potential (ERP) asymmetries to emotional stimuli in a visual half-field paradigm.
To investigate the hypothesis of a right hemispheric superiority in negative emotional processing, event-related potentials (ERPs) were recorded from 17 sites (Fz, Cz, Pz, F3/4, F7/8, C3/4, T7/8,Expand
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Emotional stress reactivity in irritable bowel syndrome
Objectives Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) has been proposed to be a stress-related disorder. Research on stress reactivity in IBS has yielded ambiguous results, regarding responses to physical andExpand
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The influence of sex hormones on functional cerebral asymmetries in postmenopausal women
Studies investigating changes in functional cerebral asymmetries (FCAs) with hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle in young women have led to controversial hypotheses about an influence ofExpand
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Comparison of the emotional effects of a beta-adrenergic blocking agent and a tranquilizer under different situational conditions. I. Anxiety-arousing situations.
This study investigated the emotional effects of the beta-adrenergic blocking agent oxprenolol (40 mg, p.o.) and the tranquilizing agent diazepam (5 mg, p.o.) in healthy subjects under threeExpand
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Interaction between physiological and cognitive determinants of emotions: Experimental studies on Schachter's theory of emotions
This study investigated the interaction between physiological arousal and situation-derived cognitions in the determination of feeling states that is proposed in Schachter's theory of emotions. TheExpand
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[Are psychophysiologic changes in the "public speaking" paradigm an expression of emotional stress?].
Public Speaking is often used to induce anxiety. The emotional stress elicited by the anticipation of delivering a public speech, however, is usually confounded with the mental stress of speechExpand
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The effects of beta-adrenergic stimulation and beta-adrenergic blockade on emotional reactions.
In order to examine the effects of beta-adrenergic arousal on emotional reactions, 84 male students received either 40 mg of the beta-adrenergic blocking agent oxprenolol, placebo, or 20 mg of theExpand
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Influences of habitual and situational bodily symptom focusing on stress responses
Evidence suggests that focusing on bodily symptoms increases perception of internal states. The interaction between situational (experimentally induced) symptom focusing and a disposition to focus onExpand
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Experimental models for aggression and inventories for the assessment of aggressive and autoaggressive behavior.
This paper reviews principles realized in questionnaires for the assessment of aggression as well as in experimental models suitable for inducing aggression for the validation of questionnaire scalesExpand
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