Individual differences in trait rumination and the neural systems supporting cognitive reappraisal.

@article{Ray2005IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in trait rumination and the neural systems supporting cognitive reappraisal.},
  author={Rebecca D. Ray and Kevin N. Ochsner and Jeffrey C. Cooper and Elaine R. Robertson and John D. E. Gabrieli and James J. Gross},
  journal={Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={156-68}
}
Cognitive reappraisal can alter emotional responses by changing one's interpretation of a situation's meaning. Functional neuroimaging has revealed that using cognitive reappraisal to increase or decrease affective responses involves left prefrontal activation and goal-appropriate increases or decreases in amygdala activation (Ochsner, Bunge, Gross, & Gabrieli, 2002; Ochsner, Ray, et al., 2004). The present study was designed to examine whether patterns of brain activation during reappraisal… CONTINUE READING
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Two routes to unhappiness : An fMRI study of the top - down and bottom - up generation of negative emotion

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Two routes to unhappiness: An fMRI study of the top-down and bottom-up generation of negative emotion. Manuscript in preparation

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Cognitive reappraisal modulates self-reported affect and physiology

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