Neural substrates for voluntary suppression of negative affect: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study

@article{Phan2005NeuralSF,
  title={Neural substrates for voluntary suppression of negative affect: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study},
  author={K. Luan Phan and Daniel A. Fitzgerald and Pradeep J. Nathan and Gregory J. Moore and Manuel E. Tancer},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={57},
  pages={210-219}
}
BACKGROUND Successful control of affect partly depends on the capacity to modulate negative emotional responses through the use of cognitive strategies. Although the capacity to regulate emotions is critical to mental well-being, its neural substrates remain unclear. METHODS We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to ascertain brain regions involved in the voluntary regulation of emotion and whether dynamic changes in negative emotional experience can modulate their activation. Fourteen… CONTINUE READING
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