Voxel-based morphometry of disgust proneness.

  title={Voxel-based morphometry of disgust proneness.},
  author={Wilfried Scharm{\"u}ller and Anne Schienle},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  volume={529 2},
This voxel-based morphometry study investigated whether the personality trait disgust proneness is associated with gray matter volume (GMV) of distinct brain regions implicated in disgust processing. We analyzed brain structural data from 99 healthy women, who had rated their tendency to experience disgust for different disgust domains (offensive food, death, poor hygiene, decay, and body secretions). Food-related disgust proneness was positively correlated with insula volume. The disgust… CONTINUE READING


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