Electroencephalographic responses to photographs: a case study of three women with distinct adult attachment interview classifications.

@article{Behrens2011ElectroencephalographicRT,
  title={Electroencephalographic responses to photographs: a case study of three women with distinct adult attachment interview classifications.},
  author={Kazuko Y. Behrens and Yingli Li and Naomi I. Gribneau Bahm and Michael O'Boyle},
  journal={Psychological reports},
  year={2011},
  volume={108 3},
  pages={993-1010}
}
This preliminary study explored whether neurophysiological responses to visual stimuli, including attachment-related pictures, differed based on attachment status. Along with self-reported valence ratings and reaction times, recorded electroencephalographic (EEG) responses to a total of 100 images, 25 each of Positive, Negative, Neutral, and Personal (each participant's parents and child), were analyzed within and among three mothers with three attachment statuses (Dismissing, Preoccupied, and… CONTINUE READING