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Negative Emotion Weakens the Degree of SelfReference Effect Evidence from ERPs
Wei Fan1,2; Yiping Zhong1; Jin Li1; Zilu Yang1; Youlong Zhan1; Ronghua Cai1; Xiaolan Fu1
First AuthorWei Fan
2016
Source PublicationFront Psychol.
Correspondent Emailypzhong@hunnu.edu.cn ; fuxl@psych.ac.cn
Volume7Issue:不详Pages:1-9
Abstract

We investigated the influence of negative emotion on the degree of self-reference effect using event-related potentials (ERPs). We presented emotional pictures and self-referential stimuli (stimuli that accelerate and improve processing and improve memory of information related to an individual's self-concept) in sequence. Participants judged the color of the target stimulus (self-referential stimuli). ERP results showed that the target stimuli elicited larger P2 amplitudes under neutral conditions than under negative emotional conditions. Under neutral conditions, N2 amplitudes for highly self-relevant names (target stimulus) were smaller than those for any other names. Under negative emotional conditions, highly and moderately self-referential stimuli activated smaller N2 amplitudes. P3 amplitudes activated by self-referential processing under negative emotional conditions were smaller than neutral conditions. In the left and central sites, highly self-relevant names activated larger P3 amplitudes than any other names. But in the central sites, moderately self-relevant names activated larger P3 amplitudes than non-self-relevant names. The findings indicate that negative emotional processing could weaken the degree of self-reference effect.

KeywordSelf-reference Processing Negative Emotion, Degree Of Self-reference Effect N2 P3
DOI10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01408
Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/26525
Collection脑与认知科学国家重点实验室
Affiliation1.Cognition and Human Behavior Key Laboratory of Hunan Province, Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China
2.State Key Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Science, Institute of Psychology (CAS), Beijing, China
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Wei Fan,Yiping Zhong,Jin Li,et al. Negative Emotion Weakens the Degree of SelfReference Effect Evidence from ERPs[J]. Front Psychol.,2016,7(不详):1-9.
APA Wei Fan.,Yiping Zhong.,Jin Li.,Zilu Yang.,Youlong Zhan.,...&Xiaolan Fu.(2016).Negative Emotion Weakens the Degree of SelfReference Effect Evidence from ERPs.Front Psychol.,7(不详),1-9.
MLA Wei Fan,et al."Negative Emotion Weakens the Degree of SelfReference Effect Evidence from ERPs".Front Psychol. 7.不详(2016):1-9.
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