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Effects of emotional context on impulse control

Matthew R.G. Brown, R. Marc Lebel, Florin Dolcos, Alan H. Wilman, Peter H. Silverstone, Hannah Pazderka, Esther Fujiwara, T. Cameron Wild, Alan M. Carroll, Oleksandr Hodlevskyy, Lenka Zedkova, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum (+3 others)
2012 NeuroImage  
Improved neuroscientific understanding of how emotional context interacts with the control of impulsive behaviors may lead to advances in public policy and/or treatment approaches for high risk groups,  ...  including some high-risk adolescents or adults with poor impulse control.  ...  We tested three different hypotheses on the interaction of impulse control and emotion processing in IFG.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.06.056 pmid:22781161 fatcat:4sjcrqbrs5hgnopov6va7fmwxm

Delayed Response Improves Inhibitory Control in Low- and High-Impulsivity Adolescents: Effects of Emotional Contexts

Almitra Vázquez-Moreno, Andrés A. González-Garrido, Julieta Ramos-Loyo
2019 International Journal of Psychological Studies  
The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of delayed response on inhibitory control in low- and high-impulsivity adolescents in the presence of an emotional context.  ...  In conclusion, the delayed response did improve inhibitory control and, the beneficial effects of the delay were less pronounced in the high-impulsivity adolescents when the distraction of the pleasant  ...  control in lowand high-impulsivity adolescents in the presence of an emotional context.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijps.v11n2p42 fatcat:nsv27n6q5zhfbee3qwyz6eyedm

Impulsivity and aggression mediate regional brain responses in Borderline Personality Disorder: An fMRI study

Paul H. Soloff, Kristy Abraham, Ashley Burgess, Karthik Ramaseshan, Asadur Chowdury, Vaibhav A. Diwadkar
2017 Psychiatry Research : Neuroimaging  
Effects of trait impulsivity on healthy controls differed from effects in BPD, suggesting a disorder-specific response.  ...  First-level contrasts modeled effects of negative emotional context.  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institute of Mental Health, which had no role in the conduct of the research  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2016.12.009 pmid:28039797 pmcid:PMC5272782 fatcat:6uydvjcr7zf4xk3p5srqhpx7ly

Spotlight on Affect: Affect and Affective Forecasting in Impulse Control

Deborah J. MacInnis, Vanessa M. Patrick
2006 Journal of Consumer Psychology  
This alternative conceptualization considers how the forecasting of emotional outcomes linked to controlling or failing to control impulses affects self-regulatory behavior.  ...  The proposed model differs from that of Strack et al. (2006) by its focus on (a) affect, (b) impulse control (versus buying), and (c) deliberative processing linked to impulse control (or lack thereof)  ...  Systematic investigation of the factors driving the relative salience of each emotion in an impulse-control context is warranted.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327663jcp1603_4 fatcat:mcaahcuc5fgyncazswfrbng6qq

Impulse buying: a meta-analytic review

Gopalkrishnan R. Iyer, Markus Blut, Sarah Hong Xiao, Dhruv Grewal
2019 Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science  
Specifically, the results of a moderator analysis indicate that the impacts of many determinants depend on the consumption context (e.g., product's identity expression, price level in the industry).  ...  Consumers' self-control and mood states mediate and explain the affective and cognitive psychological processes associated with impulse buying.  ...  selfcontrol and emotional states relative to impulse buying as well as the impact of self-control on negative emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11747-019-00670-w fatcat:jtaotzf5ybenbizdttjp75pa24


2006 International Journal of Humanoid Robotics  
The instance of the DER model described in this paper represents three types of emotions, primary, secondary emotions and mood.  ...  The design of this DER is discussed with reference to emotion theories and to the needs of a facial animation system in which it is integrated.  ...  The definition of dynamic filters, used to control the effects of emotional impulses on dimensions and to control the interaction between dimensions is more complex so it is described separately in the  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0219843606000758 fatcat:mp6gksxband2ppmnwnbgbijmce

Integrative Understanding of Familial Impulsivity, Early Adversity and Suicide Risk

Isabela M. M. Lima, Leandro F. Malloy-Diniz, Débora M. de Miranda, Antônio G. Da Silva, Fernando S. Neves, Sheri L. Johnson
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
Inhibitory control and emotional abuse were related, conjointly, to a greater likelihood of having a history of more than one suicide attempt.  ...  In this study it was examined the association between the impulsivity of relatives and child maltreatment taking into consideration the conjoint and unique effects of these two variables on the risk of  ...  One possibility is that lack of inhibitory control in relatives is a marker of familial contexts which are prone to maltreatment behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02240 pmid:29312082 pmcid:PMC5743894 fatcat:p4kjolkzgnc5radgyabmq47xs4

Myopic decisions under negative emotions correlate with altered time perception

Shuchen Guan, Lu Cheng, Ying Fan, Xianchun Li
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
In the present study, we first examined the effect of temporary emotional priming induced by affective pictures in a trial-to-trial paradigm on IC.  ...  In contrast, temporary changes of emotional contexts did not alter performances in a Go/NoGo task (including commission errors and omission errors).  ...  is reasonable to propose that emotional effects on IC could be attributed to altered time perception by emotional context.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00468 pmid:25941508 pmcid:PMC4400848 fatcat:37tcorg4ynf4bbp3fi2jwyznuy

Gambling, motor cautiousness, and choice impulsivity: An experimental study

Andrew Harris, Daria Kuss, Mark D Griffiths
2018 Journal of Behavioral Addictions  
The present experiment comprised 70 regular (non-problem) gamblers, and investigated the potential to induce impulsivity transfer effects within an electronic gambling context.  ...  The subsequent impact these interventions had on delay discounting and reflection impulsivity was also measured using the 27-item Monetary Choice Questionnaire and Information Sampling Task, respectively  ...  on response inhibition according to performance on impulsivity task performance outside of a gambling context.  ... 
doi:10.1556/2006.7.2018.108 pmid:30427211 fatcat:cmtvlne6xrh73chmtlzxcwos3m

Does drinking to cope explain links between emotion-driven impulse control difficulties and hazardous drinking? A longitudinal test

Laura E. Watkins, Molly R. Franz, David DiLillo, Kim L. Gratz, Terri L. Messman-Moore
2015 Psychology of Addictive Behaviors  
Participants completed measures of emotion-driven impulse control difficulties, drinking to cope, and hazardous alcohol use at six time points over the course of approximately 20 months (i.e., one assessment  ...  These findings suggest that drinking to cope is a key mechanism in the relationship between emotion-driven impulse control difficulties and hazardous drinking.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Grant R01 HD062226 awarded to the third author (DD).  ... 
doi:10.1037/adb0000127 pmid:26502334 pmcid:PMC4768461 fatcat:j5bd5bal5zhuznszm3stzqvs44

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) revisited – a review-update on common grounds and subtle distinctions

Ismene Ditrich, Alexandra Philipsen, Swantje Matthies
2021 Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation  
Conclusion Research on the different impulsivity features might point to a necessity of disorder-specific treatment strategies in the field of impulse control.  ...  Background Overlap in symptom domains particularly in the field of impulsivity and emotional dysregulation in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and borderline personality disorder (BPD) have  ...  [19] investigated the effect of induced stress on different components of impulsivity in a group of female BPD patients compared with matched controls.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40479-021-00162-w pmid:34229766 pmcid:PMC8261991 fatcat:zjh6dksxafamtpxplb4pvcx3t4

Emotion regulation can be costly. A study on the effects of emotion regulation strategies on impulsive purchases in consumers

Mark van Overveld
2017 Innovative Marketing  
Thus, emotion regulation training could benefit consumers to help to control their impulsive buying. Yet, emotion regulation strategies are not unequivocally associated with positive effects.  ...  In retail, emotion-fueled impulse purchases constitute a large part of everyday consumer purchases.  ...  Acknowledgements The current authors extend their gratitude to Inge den Dekker for her efforts in the process of data acquisition.  ... 
doi:10.21511/im.12(1).2016.04 fatcat:skqatsaxanhtlgycpya7bmpe3m

Analyzing the Relationship between Parenting Styles, Behavioural Problems and School Readiness Through the Mediating Role of Self-Regulation

Nefise Semra Erkan, Aylin Sop
On the other hand, attention/impulse control as a sub-dimension of children's self-regulation skills proved complementary mediation role between children's anxious/fearful behaviour and school readiness  ...  The results of the study indicate that children's anxious/fearful behaviour affect their attention-impulse control skills in a negative way and children's attention-impulse control skills affect their  ...  In this context, the indirect effect of behavioural problems on children's school reediness through attention-impulse control and positive emotion regulation has been investigated.  ... 
doi:10.15390/eb.2018.7474 fatcat:lbsjkfiir5hcnj2oagvgmsy5gm

Emotions as Durative Dynamic State for Action Selection

Emmanuel Tanguy, Philip J. Willis, Joanna Bryson
2007 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
This paper presents a representation system for maintaining interacting durative states to replicate realistic emotional control.  ...  Our model, the Dynamic Emotion Representation (DER) integrates emotional responses and keeps track of emotion intensities changing over time.  ...  Mood changes on a slower timescale than emotions and it influences and is influenced by the effects of emotional impulses on the DER state.  ... 
dblp:conf/ijcai/TanguyWB07 fatcat:edqwi7clrrb3hkajqxwcibjjlm

Masculine Discrepancy Stress, Emotion-Regulation Difficulties, and Intimate Partner Violence

Danielle S. Berke, Dennis E. Reidy, Brittany Gentile, Amos Zeichner
2016 Journal of Interpersonal Violence  
Likewise, men experiencing problems with emotion regulation, a multidimensional construct reflecting difficulties in effectively experiencing and responding to emotional states, are also at risk of IPV  ...  Although this research has traditionally focused on men who strongly adhere to traditional gender norms, men who negatively evaluate themselves as falling short of these norms (a construct termed masculine  ...  His research interest focused on alcohol consumption-mediated aggression, and he is presently working on topics pertaining to effects of personality determinants and gender discrepancy-related stress on  ... 
doi:10.1177/0886260516650967 pmid:27226013 pmcid:PMC5861012 fatcat:lcpb5wvzmngp5hml4clfmvweyy
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