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Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence of a Right Hemisphere Bias for the Influence of Negative Emotion on Higher Cognition

Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Kemi O. Role, Robert T. Knight
2005 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
These results suggest that emotional responses to aversive pictures selectively facilitated right hemisphere processing during higher cognitive task performance. & University of California D  ...  These results suggest that emotional responses to aversive pictures selectively facilitated right hemisphere processing during higher cognitive task performance. & University of California D Abstract &  ...  In sum, the results provide behavioral and electrophysiological evidence of a link between negative emotional processing and the right hemisphere.  ... 
doi:10.1162/0898929053279504 pmid:15814010 fatcat:aywcnoikrvcfznfmez3djiyreq

Page 518 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 17, Issue 3 [page]

2005 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence of a Right Hemisphere Bias for the Influence of Negative Emotion on Higher Cognition Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Kemi O. Role, and Robert T.  ...  The orientation of attention, a primary component of cognition, is dependent on both cognitive and emotion- al influences.  ... 

The Sound of Feelings: Electrophysiological Responses to Emotional Speech in Alexithymia

Katharina Sophia Goerlich, André Aleman, Sander Martens, Andreas Keil
2012 PLoS ONE  
Conclusions: Our results provide evidence for a dissociable impact of the two alexithymia dimensions on electrophysiological responses during the attended and unattended processing of emotional prosody  ...  The cognitive alexithymia dimension was associated with a left-hemisphere bias during early stages of unattended emotional speech processing, and with generally reduced amplitudes of the late P3 component  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Michelle Servaas for her support in participant recruitment and EEG recordings, and Peter Albronda for technical support during the EEG sessions. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036951 pmid:22615853 pmcid:PMC3352858 fatcat:ihz7y35ci5dg3ihgcqvoelj3je

Emotion-Attention Interaction in the Right Hemisphere

Kaisa M. Hartikainen
2021 Brain Sciences  
Then there will be a brief review of electrophysiological evidence, as well as evidence from patients with neglect that support attention capture by emotional stimuli in the right hemisphere.  ...  Subsequently, experimental work on the interaction of emotion, attention and cognition in the right hemispheres of healthy subjects will be presented.  ...  Thus, in addition to behavioral evidence, electrophysiological evidence supports attention capture by emotional stimuli in the right hemisphere and, consequently, reduced attentional allocation to the  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci11081006 fatcat:wrdpzoq4vzcbth5cvj4pg7gmlq

Attachment Patterns Trigger Differential Neural Signature of Emotional Processing in Adolescents

Maria Josefina Escobar, Alvaro Rivera-Rei, Jean Decety, David Huepe, Juan Felipe Cardona, Andres Canales-Johnson, Mariano Sigman, Ezequiel Mikulan, Elena Helgiu, Sandra Baez, Facundo Manes, Vladimir Lopez (+2 others)
2013 PLoS ONE  
Compared to the SAG, the IAG showed a negative bias for faces; a larger P1 and attenuated N170 component over the right hemisphere was observed.  ...  A negative bias was also observed in the IAG for word stimuli, which was demonstrated by comparing the N170 amplitude of the IAG with the valence of the SAG.  ...  Contrasting the amplitude of the N170 between the IAG and the SAG elicited by word and valence stimuli evidenced a negative bias for the IAG.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0070247 pmid:23940552 pmcid:PMC3733979 fatcat:sfb3rxxrcvcrznj6wo4u5j54vu

Fear of negative evaluation and attentional bias for facial expressions: An event-related study

Mandy Rossignol, Salvatore Campanella, Cécile Bissot, Pierre Philippot
2013 Brain and Cognition  
Numerous studies have shown an exacerbation of attentional bias towards threat in anxiety states. However, the cognitive mechanisms responsible for these attentional biases remain largely unknown.  ...  We adapted a dot-probe paradigm to record behavioral and electrophysiological responses in 26 participants reporting high or low fear of evaluation, a major component of social anxiety.  ...  Conclusion The main aim of the present study was to explore the cognitive processes responsible for attentional bias toward emotional information in relation to a low or high level of fear of negative  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2013.05.008 pmid:23811212 fatcat:apm7wjkg6vczvicthbnsjppuaq

Neuropsychological and interpersonal antecedents of youth depression

Megan Flynn, Karen D. Rudolph
2010 Cognition & Emotion  
Drawing from theory and research indicating sex differences in rates of hemispheric development, we also investigated sex differences in the associations among a reduced posterior right hemisphere bias  ...  We proposed that (1) a reduced posterior right hemisphere bias during the processing of facial expressions contributes to subsequent depressive symptoms in youth, and (2) maladaptive responses to interpersonal  ...  Grant Foundation Faculty Scholars Award, and National Institute of Mental Health Grant MH59711 awarded to the second author.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02699930802584417 pmid:26273121 pmcid:PMC4532390 fatcat:qckscyyyfnc7xk3gcbnpidtmr4

Effect of Cognitive Control on Age-Related Positivity Effects in Attentional Processing – Evidence From an Event-Related Brain Potential Study

Haining Liu, Yanli Liu, Xianling Dong, Haihong Liu, Buxin Han
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
The present study aimed to elucidate the mechanisms of cognitive control during attentional processing of emotional faces among older adults.  ...  The electroencephalography results on the amplitude of the N170 at the left electrode positions showed that the fear-neutral face pairs were larger than the happy-neutral ones for the younger adults [t  ...  Recent evidence suggests that the emergence of only a selective positive bias (Madill and Murray, 2017) depends on cognitive control resources; this bias occurs in the early stage of visual processing  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.755635 pmid:34925159 pmcid:PMC8671695 fatcat:bnpbl5etwrhflg3zsyx3sn22i4

The right hemisphere's contribution to emotional word processing in currently depressed, remitted depressed, and never-depressed individuals

Ruth Ann Atchley, Ryan Stringer, Eric Mathias, Stephen S. Ilardi, April Diane Minatrea
2007 Journal of Neurolinguistics  
These results are discussed in the context of models of depressive cognition and in regards to general models of hemispheric specialization for emotion processing. r  ...  Study results suggest that the right hemisphere (RH) is particularly sensitive to the affective semantic content of emotional stimuli, furthermore, two interesting higher order interactions were observed  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by funds from the University of Kansas Research Development Fund and by NIMH R24MH67508 to Steven Ilardi and Ruth Ann Atchley.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2006.06.004 fatcat:5uulpzkf3rbkznirdksbokysge

Mood effects on the ERP processing of emotional intensity in faces: A P3 investigation with depressed students

James Cavanagh, Mark W. Geisler
2006 International Journal of Psychophysiology  
Cognition in depression has been characterized as having attention and memory biases for negative (or mood relevant) information and away from positive (or mood incongruent) information, however, the time  ...  These findings are interpreted as evidence for a diminished cognitive processing ability during emotion discrimination for low-intensity mood incongruous (happy) faces in depression. D  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Dr. Ian Gotlib and the Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders laboratory for their assistance on this project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2005.04.005 pmid:15963586 fatcat:ooflnorxubalbecjehslglpjvq

Perceptual asymmetry and youths' responses to stress: Understanding vulnerability to depression

Megan Flynn, Karen D. Rudolph
2007 Cognition & Emotion  
This research examined the hypothesis that reduced posterior right hemisphere activity interferes with the regulation of emotions and behavior in response to stress, creating vulnerability to depression  ...  Consistent with a diathesis-stress model, we predicted that youth with a reduced posterior right hemisphere bias in emotional processing would engage in less adaptive responses to stress, which would be  ...  We would also like to thank Howard Berenbaum, Wendy Heller, and Seth Pollak for their helpful comments on earlier versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02699930600824635 pmid:26279599 pmcid:PMC4533908 fatcat:7mm46tleczgcncwlzrx2oyyspm

Age-Related Differences in Cortical Activity during a Visuo-Spatial Working Memory Task with Facial Stimuli

Flávia Schechtman Belham, Corina Satler, Ana Garcia, Carlos Tomaz, Antonella Gasbarri, Artur Rego, Maria Clotilde H. Tavares, Viviana Trezza
2013 PLoS ONE  
YA obtained higher scores than OA, and showed higher activation of theta and alpha bands in the frontal and midline regions, besides a more evident right-hemispheric asymmetry on alpha band when compared  ...  Facial stimuli induced a better performance and higher alpha activation on the pre-frontal region for YA, and on the midline, occipital and left temporal regions for OA when compared to geometric figures  ...  The Emotional Valence Hypothesis, in contrast, says that positive emotions are processed in the left hemisphere and negative in the right hemisphere [80, 84, 85] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075778 pmid:24069447 pmcid:PMC3777883 fatcat:ygoqq42bs5hzpmi7qrpz3qtcji

Neural Processing of Emotional Facial and Semantic Expressions in Euthymic Bipolar Disorder (BD) and Its Association with Theory of Mind (ToM)

Agustin Ibanez, Hugo Urquina, Agustín Petroni, Sandra Baez, Vladimir Lopez, Micaela do Nascimento, Eduar Herrera, Raphael Guex, Esteban Hurtado, Alejandro Blenkmann, Leandro Beltrachini, Carlos Gelormini (+7 others)
2012 PLoS ONE  
The neural source estimation of N170 was a posterior section of the fusiform gyrus (FG), including the face fusiform area (FFA). Neural generators of N170 for faces (FG and FFA) were reduced in BD.  ...  to test the effects of the stimulus type (face vs word) and valence (positive vs. negative).  ...  Therefore, we cannot discount the influence of these drugs on cognitive function. Finally, a longitudinal study could identify factors of comorbidity, course and recovery in these BD.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046877 pmid:23056505 pmcid:PMC3466207 fatcat:cohtiuapdngrdk4xvtucw4fqmm

Affective and cognitive modulation of performance monitoring: Behavioral and ERP evidence

Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Robert T. Knight
2005 Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience  
Performance accuracy showed a right-hemisphere advantage for stimuli that followed aversive pictures.  ...  This study investigates the effects of negative affect on performance monitoring.  ...  There is also behavioral, patient, electrophysiological and neuroimaging evidence that the right hemisphere plays a dominant role in processing negative or withdrawal-related emotion (Derryberry, 1990  ... 
doi:10.3758/cabn.5.3.362 pmid:16396095 fatcat:544cxpvykbcr5m6seshjxwr5i4

Exploring the Effect of Verbal Emotional Words Through Event-Related Brain Potentials [chapter]

Andrs Antonio, Fabiola Reveca, Julieta Ramos-Loyo
2013 Functional Brain Mapping and the Endeavor to Understand the Working Brain  
Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to Psic. Vanessa Ruiz-Stovel for her revision of the text and useful comments.  ...  Recent evidence from brain damaged patients has been interpreted as suggesting that the proper recognition of both negative and positive facial expressions relies on the right hemisphere, and that the  ...  Evaluating the cross-modal influence of verbal affective stimuli on subsequent cognitive processing Following the previous idea, we studied the effect of auditory emotional words on the ERPs and behavioral  ... 
doi:10.5772/56494 fatcat:ewdy2lorazbi5bworbgc22oju4
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