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Time course of automatic emotion regulation during a facial Go/Nogo task
Neuroimaging research has determined that the neural correlates of automatic emotion regulation (AER) include the anterior cingulate cortex. However, the corresponding time course remains unknown. InExpand
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Time course of emotion effects during emotion-label and emotion-laden word processing
Previous studies have investigated the time course of emotion effects during emotion-word processing, but no consistent pattern has emerged. Notably, most of these studies intermixed emotion-labelExpand
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Effects of Core Self-Evaluations on the Job Burnout of Nurses: The Mediator of Organizational Commitment
Objective To explore the impact of Core self-evaluations on job burnout of nurses, and especially to test and verify the mediator role of organizational commitment between the two variables. MethodExpand
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Relation Between Awe and Environmentalism: The Role of Social Dominance Orientation
The present study attempts to explore the effect of awe on environmentalism and the mediating role of social dominance orientation in generating this effect. In Study 1, a series of questionnairesExpand
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The Practice of Affective Teaching: A View from Brain Science
In the educational field, the cognitive side of learning usually gets a great deal of attention, but affective factors are always ignored. Recently neuroscience researches have accumulated muchExpand
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Late positive potentials in affective picture processing during adolescence
Recent research in adults has determined that late positive potential (LPP) is modulated by affective pictures. Here we investigated whether affective modulation of LPP reflects developmental changesExpand
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Harm avoidance in adolescents modulates late positive potentials during affective picture processing
Research in adults has shown that individual differences in harm avoidance (HA) modulate electrophysiological responses to affective stimuli. To determine whether HA in adolescents modulatesExpand
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Social distance influences the outcome evaluation of cooperation and conflict: Evidence from event-related potentials
Previous research shows that social distance plays an important role in promoting cooperation and that subtle cues that reduce social distance increase the tendency to cooperate. However, it isExpand
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The Neural Association between Tendency to Forgive and Spontaneous Brain Activity in Healthy Young Adults
The tendency to forgive (TTF) refers to one’s global dispositional level of forgiveness across situations and relationships. Previous brain imaging studies examined activation patterns underlyingExpand
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The role of ventromedial prefrontal cortex volume in the association of expressive suppression and externally oriented thinking.
BACKGROUND Studies have suggested that expressive suppression (ES) is linked to externally oriented thinking (EOT) through the ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC), and there are gender differencesExpand
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