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Effective connectivity during visual processing is affected by emotional state
The limitations of our cognitive resources necessitate the selection of relevant information from the incoming visual stream. This selection and prioritizing of stimuli allows the organism to adaptExpand
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Moderate-intensity exercise boosts the N2 neural inhibition marker: A randomized and counterbalanced ERP study with precisely controlled exercise intensity
A prior session of moderate intensity continuous exercise (MCE) benefits performance during tasks requiring conflict resolution but the specific cognitive process that underlies this improvementExpand
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Interactions Between the Prefrontal Cortex and Attentional Systems During Volitional Affective Regulation: An Effective Connectivity Reappraisal Study
Reappraisal is an emotion regulation strategy used to change reactions to emotion-related stimuli by reinterpreting their meaning. During down-regulation of negative emotions, wide areas of theExpand
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Cortical functional connectivity is associated with the valence of affective states
The study investigates the relationships between the valence of affective states and the cortical patterns of functional connectivity. The information flow rate and direction were estimated by meansExpand
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Towards a constructionist approach to emotions: verification of the three-dimensional model of affect with EEG-independent component analysis
Abstract The locationist model of affect, which assumes separate brain structures devoted to particular discrete emotions, is currently being questioned as it has not received enough convincingExpand
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Associations Between Self-Report of Emotional State and the EEG Patterns in Affective Disorders Patients
The study determines the associations between self-report of ongoing emotional state and EEG patterns. A group of 31 hospitalized patients were enrolled with three types of diagnosis: majorExpand
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Hemispheric asymmetries and emotions: evidence from effective connectivity
ABSTRACT The Right Hemisphere Hypothesis (RHH) posits that the right hemisphere is specialized in processing all emotions; the Valence Hypothesis (VH) suggests a left/right‐hemispheric specializationExpand
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Subjective mood estimation co-varies with spectral power EEG characteristics.
Co-variation between subjectively estimated mood/activation and EEG characteristics, based on spectral power parameters, was investigated. Subjective estimation of mood was made by using Thayer'sExpand
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Covariation of EEG Synchronization and Emotional State as Modified by Anxiolytics
Summary: The relationships between subjective estimation of emotional state and synchronization patterns in cortical emotional systems were investigated. The emotional state varied between groupsExpand
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The influence of context on the processing of emotional and neutral adjectives – An ERP study
The study investigated brain responses to emotional and neutral adjectives within contexts of varying emotional valence. Participants were randomly assigned to 3 context groups where they viewedExpand
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