Anxiety and feedback negativity.

  title={Anxiety and feedback negativity.},
  author={Ruolei Gu and Yu-Xia Huang and Yue-Jia Luo},
  volume={47 5},
It has been suggested that anxious individuals are more prone to feel that negative outcomes are particularly extreme and to interpret ambiguous outcomes as negative compared to nonanxious individuals. Previous studies have demonstrated that the feedback negativity (FN) component of event-related brain potential (ERP) is sensitive to outcome evaluation and outcome expectancy. Hence, we predicted that the FN should be different between high trait-anxiety (HTA) and low trait-anxiety (LTA… CONTINUE READING
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