Individual differences in typical reappraisal use predict amygdala and prefrontal responses.

@article{Drabant2009IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in typical reappraisal use predict amygdala and prefrontal responses.},
  author={Emily M. Drabant and Kateri McRae and Stephen B. Manuck and Ahmad R. Hariri and James J. Gross},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={2009},
  volume={65 5},
  pages={367-73}
}
BACKGROUND Participants who are instructed to use reappraisal to downregulate negative emotion show decreased amygdala responses and increased prefrontal responses. However, it is not known whether individual differences in the tendency to use reappraisal manifests in similar neural responses when individuals are spontaneously confronted with negative situations. Such spontaneous emotion regulation might play an important role in normal and pathological responses to the emotional challenges of… CONTINUE READING

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