Does resting electroencephalograph asymmetry reflect a trait? an application of latent state-trait theory.

@article{Hagemann2002DoesRE,
  title={Does resting electroencephalograph asymmetry reflect a trait? an application of latent state-trait theory.},
  author={Dirk Hagemann and Eugene C. Naumann and Julian F. Thayer and Dieter Bartussek},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={82 4},
  pages={
          619-41
        }
}
Recent research on brain asymmetry and emotion treated measures of resting electroencephalograph (EEG) asymmetry as genuine trait variables, but inconsistency in reported findings and modest retest correlations of baseline asymmetry are not consistent with this practice. The present study examined the alternative hypothesis that resting EEG asymmetry represents a superimposition of a traitlike activation asymmetry with substantial state-dependent fluctuations. Resting EEG was collected from 59… CONTINUE READING
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