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Neural correlates of reward-driven attentional capture in visual search
Event-related potentials (ERPs) were used to investigate whether a physically non-salient and task-irrelevant stimulus feature previously associated with reward can capture attention. In the trainingExpand
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An ERP study on the time course of facial trustworthiness appraisal
The importance of facial trustworthiness for human interaction and communication is difficult to exaggerate. Reflections on daily experience indicate that the presence of a human face elicits rapidExpand
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Resting-state functional connectivity of the default mode network associated with happiness.
Happiness refers to people's cognitive and affective evaluation of their life. Why are some people happier than others? One reason might be that unhappy people are prone to ruminate more than happyExpand
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Reduced representations capacity in visual working memory in trait anxiety
Neural processes that support individual differences in trait anxiety and the amount of representations in visual-spatial working memory (WM) are currently unclear. We measured the contralateralExpand
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Neural correlates of inefficient filtering of emotionally neutral distractors from working memory in trait anxiety
Research has indicated that highly trait-anxious (HTA) individuals exhibit a specific deficit in filtering threat-related distractors from visual–spatial working memory (WM). Prior demonstrations ofExpand
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Neural correlates of near-misses effect in gambling
The present study investigated the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying the gambling near-miss effect by measuring event-related-potentials. Using a simple gambling task, we measured behavioralExpand
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Impact of Working Memory Load on Cognitive Control in Trait Anxiety: An ERP Study
Whether trait anxiety is associated with a general impairment of cognitive control is a matter of debate. This study investigated whether and how experimentally manipulated working memory (WM) loadExpand
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Enhanced conflict-driven cognitive control by emotional arousal, not by valence
ABSTRACT Emotion is widely agreed to have two dimensions, valence and arousal. Few studies have explored the effect of emotion on conflict adaptation by considering both of these, which could haveExpand
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Pleasure attainment or self-realization: the balance between two forms of well-beings are encoded in default mode network
Abstract What is a good life and how it can be achieved is one of the fundamental issues. When considering a good life, there is a division between hedonic (pleasure attainment) and eudaimonicExpand
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Electrophysiological evidence for inhibition of return effect in exogenous orienting
Although the inhibition of return (IOR) effect in exogenous orienting has been investigated extensively with the Posnerian cuing paradigm, there has been little evidence for the role of attentionalExpand
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