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Emotion regulation in heavy smokers: experiential, expressive and physiological consequences of cognitive reappraisal
LingdanWu1,2; MarkusH.Winkler1; MatthiasJ.Wieser1; MartaAndreatta1; YonghuiLi3; PaulPauli1
2015
Source PublicationFRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Correspondent Emaillingdan43@gmail.com
ISSN1664-1078
Volume6Issue:不详Pages:1-11
Abstract

Emotion regulation dysfunctions are assumed to contribute to the development of tobacco addiction and relapses among smokers attempting to quit. To further examine this hypothesis, the present study compared heavy smokers with non-smokers (NS) in a reappraisal task. Specifically, we investigated whether non-deprived smokers (NDS) and deprived smokers (DS) differ from non-smokers in cognitive emotion regulation and whether there is an association between the outcome of emotion regulation and the cigarette craving. Sixty-five participants (23 non-smokers, 22 NDS, and 20 DS) were instructed to down-regulate emotions by reappraising negative or positive pictorial scenarios. Self-ratings of valence, arousal, and cigarette craving as well as facial electromyography and electroencephalograph activities were measured. Ratings, facial electromyography, and electroencephalograph data indicated that both NDS and DS performed comparably to nonsmokers in regulating emotional responses via reappraisal, irrespective of the valence of pictorial stimuli. Interestingly, changes in cigarette craving were positively associated with regulation of emotional arousal irrespective of emotional valence. These results suggest that heavy smokers are capable to regulate emotion via deliberate reappraisal and smokers' cigarette craving is associated with emotional arousal rather than emotional valence. This study provides preliminary support for the therapeutic use of reappraisal to replace maladaptive emotion-regulation strategies in nicotine addicts.

Keywordnicotineaddiction smoking emotionregulation craving reappraisal facialelectromyography late positivepotential
DOI10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01555
Indexed BySSCI
Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/25650
Collection健康与遗传心理学研究室
Corresponding AuthorLingdanWu
Affiliation1.DepartmentofPsychology(BiologicalPsychology,ClinicalPsychologyandPsychotherapy),UniversityofWürzburg, Würzburg,Germany,
2.DepartmentofPsychology,UniversityofKonstanz,Konstanz,Germany
3.InstituteofPsychology, ChineseAcademyofSciences,Beijing,China
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LingdanWu,MarkusH.Winkler,MatthiasJ.Wieser,et al. Emotion regulation in heavy smokers: experiential, expressive and physiological consequences of cognitive reappraisal[J]. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY,2015,6(不详):1-11.
APA LingdanWu,MarkusH.Winkler,MatthiasJ.Wieser,MartaAndreatta,YonghuiLi,&PaulPauli.(2015).Emotion regulation in heavy smokers: experiential, expressive and physiological consequences of cognitive reappraisal.FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY,6(不详),1-11.
MLA LingdanWu,et al."Emotion regulation in heavy smokers: experiential, expressive and physiological consequences of cognitive reappraisal".FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 6.不详(2015):1-11.
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