Dissociable Effects of Valence and Arousal in Adaptive Executive Control

@inproceedings{Kuhbandner2011DissociableEO,
  title={Dissociable Effects of Valence and Arousal in Adaptive Executive Control},
  author={Christof Kuhbandner and Michael Zehetleitner},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Based on introspectionist, semantic, and psychophysiological experimental frameworks, it has long been assumed that all affective states derive from two independent basic dimensions, valence and arousal. However, until now, no study has investigated whether valence and arousal are also dissociable at the level of affect-related changes in cognitive processing. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS We examined how changes in both valence (negative vs. positive) and arousal (low vs. high… CONTINUE READING

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