Anticipatory brain activity predicts the success or failure of subsequent emotion regulation.

Abstract

Expectations about an upcoming emotional event have the power to shape one's subsequent affective response for better or worse. Here, we used mediation analyses to examine the relationship between brain activity when anticipating the need to cognitively reappraise aversive images, amygdala responses to those images and subsequent success in diminishing… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/scan/nss148

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