The lateralized processing of affect in emotionally labile extraverts and introverts: central and autonomic effects.

@article{Smith1995TheLP,
  title={The lateralized processing of affect in emotionally labile extraverts and introverts: central and autonomic effects.},
  author={Barry D. Smith and Ronald Kline and Kristian Lindgren and Myriam Ferro and Dennis A Smith and A A Nespor},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={1995},
  volume={39 2-3},
  pages={143-57}
}
The purpose of the present study was to better understand both the lateralized hemispheric processing of emotion and the differential neural processing of arousal in extraverts and introverts. We preselected right-handed male and female extraverts and introverts who were high in emotional lability. Each subject was exposed to two positive and two negative emotional stimuli under each of three counterbalanced conditions, including affective, cognitive, and neutral, while EEG and electrodermal… CONTINUE READING