Correlation between extraversion and regional cerebral blood flow in response to olfactory stimuli.

@article{Vaidya2007CorrelationBE,
  title={Correlation between extraversion and regional cerebral blood flow in response to olfactory stimuli.},
  author={Jatin G. Vaidya and Sergio Paradiso and Nancy C. Andreasen and Debra L Johnson and Laura L Boles Ponto and Richard D. Hichwa},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={164 2},
  pages={339-41}
}
OBJECTIVE Extraversion, a trait associated with individual differences in approach motivation and the experience of positive emotional states, is negatively correlated with certain psychiatric disorders, including depression and social phobia. The authors examined the correlation between extraversion and regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) while participants were exposed to olfactory stimuli in order to further characterize individual differences in hedonic processing associated with this trait… CONTINUE READING

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