The chronometry of affective startle modulation in unipolar depression.

  title={The chronometry of affective startle modulation in unipolar depression.},
  author={Gabriel S. Dichter and Andrew J. Tomarken},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  volume={117 1},
Affective startle eyeblink modulation by unipolar depressed and nondepressed participants was assessed during the anticipation and viewing of emotional pictures. Anticipatory startle probes were presented at 2,000 ms and 750 ms before picture onset. Startle probes during picture viewing were presented at 300 ms and 3,500-4,500 ms after picture onset. Although nondepressed participants demonstrated the predicted quadratic and linear patterns of responding in the 2,000-ms anticipatory and 3,500-4… CONTINUE READING

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