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Affective auditory stimulus database: An expanded version of the International Affective Digitized Sounds (IADS-E)
An expanded, standardized sound sample database that shows that emotions in sounds can be distinguished on the affective rating scales, and the stability of the evaluations of sounds revealed that it has successfully provided a larger corpus of natural, emotionally evocative auditory stimuli, covering a wide range of semantic categories. Expand
The Structure of Mindful Brain
Results showed a positive association between the describing facet of mindfulness on the FFMQ and gray matter volume in the right anterior insula and the right amygdala, indicating mindfulness was related with development in parts of the somatic marker circuit of the brain. Expand
Resting-state EEG power predicts conflict-related brain activity in internally guided but not in externally guided decision-making
Estimating the degree to which the type of external stimulus modulates the conflict during stimulus encoding varies according to individual differences in intrinsic brain activity is demonstrated. Expand
Distinction between Externally vs. Internally Guided Decision-Making: Operational Differences, Meta-Analytical Comparisons and Their Theoretical Implications
It is suggested that studying only externally guided decision- making under uncertainty is insufficient to account for decision-making processes in the brain, and the neural network used predominantly for internally guided decision -making differs from that for externally guided Decision-making under uncertainty. Expand
Rest-stimulus interaction in the brain: a review
It is concluded that a better understanding of the rest-stimulus interaction is likely to be crucial to the elucidation of the brain's contribution to mental states. Expand
Self-Knowledge Reduces Conflict by Biasing One of Plural Possible Answers
The results suggest that self-knowledge reduces conflict by biasing one of multiple choices in situations where two or more possible correct answers can be given. Expand
Resting state glutamate predicts elevated pre-stimulus alpha during self-relatedness: A combined EEG-MRS study on “rest-self overlap”
Results show pre-stimulus alpha power and resting state glutamate concentration to mediate rest-self overlap to dispose or incline subjects to assign high degrees of self-relatedness to perceptual stimuli. Expand
Spontaneous Facial Expressions Are Different from Posed Facial Expressions: Morphological Properties and Dynamic Sequences
The correspondence between facial expressions and emotions has been widely examined in psychology. However, studies have yet to record spontaneous facial expressions under well-controlledExpand
Amygdala dysfunction attenuates frustration-induced aggression in psychopathic individuals in a non-criminal population.
The findings indicate that amygdala dysfunction underlies affective deficits of psychopathy, and proposes that the insensitivity of the amygdala to the affective significance of social stimuli contributes to an increased risk of violation of social norms, but enhances the ability to attenuate impulses toward maladaptive aggression in successful psychopaths. Expand
The temporal signature of self: Temporal measures of resting‐state EEG predict self‐consciousness
The results support the hypothesis that self‐related information is temporally contained in the brain's resting state and can thus be featured by a temporal signature. Expand