Bradygastric activity of the stomach predicts disgust sensitivity and perceived disgust intensity

@article{Meissner2011BradygastricAO,
  title={Bradygastric activity of the stomach predicts disgust sensitivity and perceived disgust intensity},
  author={Karin Meissner and Eric Muth and Beate M. Herbert},
  journal={Biological Psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={86},
  pages={9-16}
}

Autonomic correlates of physical and moral disgust.

Sensitivity and Specificity of Hypnosis Effects on Gastric Myoelectrical Activity

Imagination with and without hypnosis exhibits similar changes in subjective and objective measures in response to imagining an appetizing and an unappetizing food, indicating high sensitivity but low specificity.

Changes in disgust and heart rate during exposure for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A case series.

  • R. DunčkoD. Veale
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry
  • 2016

Cardiovascular regulation pattern of contamination-related disgust: Consistency and context dependence.

The notion of a parasympathetic dominance of the contamination-related disgust response is supported and underpin the importance of incorporating the induction context in the study of cardiovascular responses to disgust.

Gastric dysrhythmias: a potential objective measure of nausea

  • K. Koch
  • Medicine
    Experimental Brain Research
  • 2014
Gastric dysrhythmias are an objective biomarker for nausea and potential therapeutic targets for anti-nauseant therapies, and the shift in state from comfort in the epigastrium area and normal 3 cpm gastric rhythm to symptoms of nausea and gastric Dysrh rhythm represents dynamic gut–brain and brain–gut interactions that can be tracked by changes in gastric Rhythm.

Developing Disgust: Theory, Measurement, and Application

Disgust is a complex and uncharacteristic emotion. Despite being frequently classified as a “basic” emotion, disgust has a wide range of elicitors, many competing functional theories, and a

Developing Disgust : Theory , Measurement , and Application

Disgust is a complex and uncharacteristic emotion. Despite being frequently classified as a “basic” emotion, disgust has a wide range of elicitors, many competing functional theories, and a

Flexible parasympathetic responses to sadness facilitate spontaneous affect regulation.

It is suggested that contextually appropriate parasympathetic reactivity and recovery may facilitate the success of affect regulation and could confer risk for affective disorders due to attenuated capacity for effective self-regulation.

The psychophysiology of mixed emotional states.

Physiologically, mixed emotions differed from pure amusement and pure disgust both in intensity and pattern, which suggests a distinct physiological response of the mixed emotional state, as predicted by the emergence account of mixed emotions.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 77 REFERENCES

Cardiovascular indicators of disgust.

  • S. RohrmannHenrik Hopp
  • Psychology
    International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
  • 2008

Psychophysiological Correlates of Disgust and Disgust Sensitivity

Abstract. The main goal of this study was to estimate the correlation between various psychophysiological variables and self-reported disgust during a picture perception paradigm. We further studied

Autonomic Reactivity during Viewing of an Unpleasant Film

Investigation of whether a movie depicting surgery is associated with greater heart-rate deceleration, larger increase in respiratory sinus arrhythmia, and greater increase in EGG activity compared to a neutral movie indicated an effect of the surgery movie on heart rate, but not on E GG activity, and the expected correlation was not found.

Effect of autonomic nervous system manipulations on gastric myoelectrical activity and emotional responses in healthy human subjects.

Acute stress can evoke arousal and dysrhythmic gastric myoelectrical activity, and these acute changes, which occur in healthy individuals, may provide insight into functional gastrointestinal disorders.

Emotion regulation, disgust sensitivity, and psychophysiological responses to a disgust-inducing film

If disgust sensitivity has a moderating role in this context is investigated, and interactions between disgust sensitivity and the three film instructions can possibly be traced back to a repressive coping style of subjects with low disgust sensitivity.

Sex Differences in Neural Responses to Disgusting Visual Stimuli: Implications for Disgust-Related Psychiatric Disorders

Individual differences in disgust sensitivity modulate neural responses to aversive/disgusting stimuli

Disgust sensitivity, a behavioral trait normally distributed in the general population, predicts the magnitude of the individual’s neural responses to a broad range of disgusting stimuli, which has implications for disgust‐related psychiatric disorders.

Cardiovascular, electrodermal, and respiratory response patterns to fear- and sadness-inducing films.

Responses to fear- and sadness-inducing films were assessed using a broad range of cardiovascular and electrodermal measures and facial behavior served as control measures, indicating robust differential physiological response patterns for fear, sadness, and neutral.
...