Trait anger modulates neural activity in the fronto-parietal attention network

  title={Trait anger modulates neural activity in the fronto-parietal attention network},
  author={Nelly Alia-Klein and Rebecca N. Preston-Campbell and Scott J Moeller and Muhammad A. Parvaz and Keren Bachi and Gabriela Gan and Anna Zilverstand and Anna B. Konova and Rita Z. Goldstein},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Anger is considered a unique high-arousal and approach-related negative emotion. The influence of individual differences in trait anger on the processing of visual stimuli is relevant to questions about emotional processing and remains to be explored. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we explored the neural responses to standardized images, selected based on valence and arousal ratings in a group of men with high trait anger compared to those with normative to low anger scores… CONTINUE READING
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