Event-related potential measures of emotion regulation in early childhood.

@article{Lewis2007EventrelatedPM,
  title={Event-related potential measures of emotion regulation in early childhood.},
  author={Marc D. Lewis and Rebecca M. Todd and Michael J. M. Honsberger},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2007},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={
          61-5
        }
}
Emotion regulation in adults may be mediated by frontal cortical activities that adjust attention in response to challenging emotions. We examined event-related potentials across emotional conditions to assess normative patterns and individual differences in cortical mechanisms of emotion regulation in 4-6-year-olds. The children viewed pictures of angry, neutral, and happy faces during a Go/No-go task. Angry faces generated the greatest (frontocentral) N2 amplitudes and fastest N2 latencies… CONTINUE READING

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