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Sex-specific prevalence rates in mental and physical disorders may be partly explained by sex differences in physiological stress responses. Neural networks that might be involved are those underlying feedback processing. Aim of the present EEG study was to investigate whether acute stress alters feedback processing, and whether stress effects differ between men and women. Male and female participants performed a gambling task, in a control and a stress condition. Stress was induced by exposingdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095690 pmid:24755943 pmcid:PMC3995711 fatcat:ivfsnmyhpfe3liaiomajq2px4m