Neural and behavioral measures of error-related cognitive control predict daily coping with stress.

@article{Compton2011NeuralAB,
  title={Neural and behavioral measures of error-related cognitive control predict daily coping with stress.},
  author={Rebecca J. Compton and Daniel Arnstein and Gili Freedman and Justin Dainer-Best and Alison Liss and Michael D. Robinson},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={
          379-390
        }
}
This study tested the hypothesis that individual differences in cognitive control can predict individual differences in emotion regulation. Participants completed color-word and emotional Stroop tasks while an electroencephalogram was recorded, and then they reported daily stressful events, affect, and coping for 14 days. Greater posterror slowing in the emotional Stroop task predicted greater negative affect in response to stressors and less use of task-focused coping as daily stressors… CONTINUE READING

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