All Relations between late positive potential and lpp

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Yingjie Liu, Shuyu Jia, Yujia Meng, Miao Xing, Jiaqi Guan, Jinru Jiang, He Wan. Intimate relationships regulate female brain activity in a competitive context: evidence from EEG and functional connectivity analysis. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). vol 34. issue 7. 2024-07-11. PMID:38989873. additionally, females showed greater average amplitudes of n2 posterior contralateral component (n2pc) and late positive potential (lpp), increased activation of the alpha frequency band, and enhanced theta frequency band functional connectivity between the central parietal lobe and occipital lobe. 2024-07-11 2024-07-13 Not clear
Pan Liu, Jaron X Y Ta. Reward positivity moderates the association between pubertal status and social anxiety symptoms in nine-to-12-year-old youths. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. vol 202. 2024-07-05. PMID:38964545. we examined how the puberty-psychopathology association was moderated by the reward processing indexed by erps, including the reward positivity (rewp) and the late positive potential (lpp). 2024-07-05 2024-07-08 Not clear
Agnieszka K Adamczyk, Saskia B J Koch, Miroslaw Wyczesany, Karin Roelofs, Jacobien M van Pee. Emotion regulation flexibility: EEG/EMG predictors and consequences of switching between reappraisal and distraction strategies. Psychophysiology. 2024-07-04. PMID:38963073. to advance our understanding of what drives adaptive strategy-switching decisions, in this preregistered study, we used event-related potentials (late positive potential, lpp and stimulus preceding negativity, spn) and facial electromyography (emg corrugator activity) to test the antecedents and consequences of switching to an alternative er strategy. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Shuaixia Li, Yihan Zhang, Hui Li, Bin Hao, Weiqi He, Wenbo Lu. Is processing superiority a universal trait for all threats? Divergent impacts of fearful, angry, and disgusted faces on attentional capture. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 177. 2024-06-04. PMID:38833819. additionally, perceptual load exerted a pronounced influence on the epn and late positive potential (lpp), with larger responses observed in the low perceptual load condition, indicating goal-directed cognitive processing. 2024-06-04 2024-06-07 human
Robert J Goodman, Jordan T Quaglia, Daniel R Berr. Uncertainty cues amplify late positive potential responses to aversive emotional stimuli. Social neuroscience. 2024-06-01. PMID:38822767. to address questions about uncertainty during emotion regulation, we examined the late positive potential (lpp) - an electrocortical marker of attention to and appraisal of motivationally relevant emotional stimuli - during a task designed to measure the effect of covariation bias and its emotional response consequences. 2024-06-01 2024-06-03 human
Sarah B Barkley, Greg Hajcak, Daniel N Klein, Brady D Nelso. Electrocortical Reactivity during Self-Referential Processing Predicts the Development of Depression across Adolescence. Biological psychiatry. Cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging. 2024-05-06. PMID:38710386. research has indicated that a larger late positive potential (lpp) to negative self-referential words is associated with depression-as well as a maternal history of depression, an indicator of risk. 2024-05-06 2024-05-27 Not clear
Richard J Macatee, Mallory J Cannon, Brandon S Schermitzler, Thomas J Preston, Kaveh Afsha. Biological sex and hormonal contraceptive associations with drug cue reactivity in cannabis use disorder. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 174. 2024-04-16. PMID:38626562. late positive potential (lpp) amplitude modulation by cannabis cues was used to measure neural cue reactivity. 2024-04-16 2024-04-19 Not clear
Livio Clemente, Marianna La Rocca, Giulia Paparella, Marianna Delussi, Giusy Tancredi, Katia Ricci, Giuseppe Procida, Alessandro Introna, Antonio Brunetti, Paolo Taurisano, Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Marina de Tommas. Exploring Aesthetic Perception in Impaired Aging: A Multimodal Brain-Computer Interface Study. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). vol 24. issue 7. 2024-04-13. PMID:38610540. significant differences were identified between the groups in p300 amplitude and late positive potential (lpp), with controls showing greater reactivity. 2024-04-13 2024-04-15 human
Ping Li, Chuanlin Zhu, Peiyao Geng, Weiqi He, Wenbo Lu. Implicit induction of expressive suppression in regulation of happy crowd emotions. Social neuroscience. 2024-04-10. PMID:38595063. after induction of the expressive suppression goal instead of the cognitive reappraisal goal, augmented n170 and early posterior negativity (epn) amplitudes, as well as attenuated late positive potential (lpp) amplitudes, were observed in response to happy crowds compared to the neutral goal. 2024-04-10 2024-04-12 human
Yiwen Qiu, Haoran Dou, Jinxia Wang, Huoyin Zhang, Shiyunmeng Zhang, Die Shen, Hong Li, Yi Le. Reduced generalization of reward among individuals with subthreshold depression: Behavioral and EEG evidence. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 2024-03-30. PMID:38554769. however, the late positive potential (lpp) was not modulated by depression in reward generalization or loss generalization. 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Yu-Tzu Wu, Sylvain Baillet, Anouk Lamontagn. Brain mechanisms involved in the perception of emotional gait: A combined magnetoencephalography and virtual reality study. PloS one. vol 19. issue 3. 2024-03-29. PMID:38551903. brain signals were characterized by an early positive peak (p1;∼200ms) and a late positive potential component (lpp) comprising of an early (400-600ms), middle (600-1000ms) and late phase (1000-1500ms). 2024-03-29 2024-04-01 Not clear
Caifeng Wang, Wenjing Li, Dong Li, Yangtao Liu, Xiangbo Yan, Qian Cui, Zhongqing Jian. Behavioural and ERP evidence of a contrary effect between active and passive suppression of facial expressions. Biological psychology. 2024-03-12. PMID:38471619. the two methods of expression suppression produced opposite patterns of erps for negative emotional stimuli: compared with the free-viewing condition, active suppression of expression decreased, while passive suppression increased the amplitude of the late positive potential (lpp) when viewing negative emotional stimuli. 2024-03-12 2024-03-15 human
b' Victoria Branchadell, Rosario Poy, Pablo Ribes-Guardiola, Pilar Segarra, Javier Molt\\xc3\\xb. Psychopathic callousness and perspective taking in pain processing: an ERP study. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2024-03-05. PMID:38441235.' the late positive potential (lpp) -a well-established electrophysiological indicator of sustained attention to motivationally significant stimuli- was measured while 100 female undergraduates viewed images depicting bodily injuries while adopting an imagine-self or an imagine-other perspective. 2024-03-05 2024-03-07 Not clear
Antje Peters, Hanne Helming, Maximilian Bruchmann, Anja Wiegandt, Thomas Straube, Sebastian Schindle. How and when social evaluative feedback is processed in the brain: A systematic review on ERP studies. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 173. 2024-02-29. PMID:38422855. feedback valence effects are more consistently reported for specific mid-latency erps (reward positivity, rewp, and early posterior negativity, epn) and late positivities (p3 and late positive potential, lpp). 2024-02-29 2024-03-03 human
Brian Kraus, Kongmeng Liew, Shinobu Kitayama, Yukiko Uchid. The impact of culture on Emotion Suppression: Insights from an Electrophysiological Study of Emotion Regulation in Japan. Biological psychology. 2024-02-28. PMID:38417664. here, we utilized an established electroencephalogram (eeg) correlate of emotional arousal, the late positive potential (lpp), to examine whether down-regulation of the lpp in native east asians might be particularly pronounced for those high in interdependent self-construal. 2024-02-28 2024-03-02 human
Elinor Abado, Tatjana Aue, Gilles Pourtois, Hadas Okon-Singe. Expectancy and attention bias to spiders: Dissecting anticipation and allocation processes using ERPs. Psychophysiology. 2024-02-26. PMID:38406863. following target presentation, two components were measured: early posterior negativity (epn) and late positive potential (lpp), reflecting early and late stages of natural selective attention toward emotional stimuli, respectively. 2024-02-26 2024-02-28 spider
Ping Zhang, Yidan Song, Endale Tadesse, Sabika Khalid, Chunhai Gao, Weijun L. An EPR study of the cognitive processes underlying the impact of self-relevant information on emotional word processing. BMC psychology. vol 12. issue 1. 2024-02-23. PMID:38389094. in contrast, at the subthreshold condition, self-relevant negative words elicited an enhanced late positive potential (lpp) than positive words only in the word class judgment task. 2024-02-23 2024-02-25 Not clear
Pan Liu, Xiao Yang, Jaron X Y Ta. Trial-level ERPs predicted behavioral responses during self-referential processing in late childhood. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 19. issue 1. 2024-02-17. PMID:38366646. by applying a multilevel modeling approach to the trial-level data of sret, we disaggregated the between- and within-person variability and observed within-person, but not between-person, effects of the p2 and late positive potential (lpp) on behavioral responses: a larger p2 on a given trial predicted a faster response in this trial; a larger lpp on a given trial predicted a higher likelihood of endorsing the word of this trial. 2024-02-17 2024-02-19 Not clear
Huiyan Lin, Jiafeng Lian. Comparison with others influences encoding and recognition of their faces: behavioural and ERP evidence. NeuroImage. 2024-02-11. PMID:38342189. the results showed that, during the encoding phase, another player's monetary gain, compared to loss, resulted in more negative responses in the n170 and early posterior negativity (epn)/n250 to relevant players' faces when participants encountered monetary loss and a smaller late positive potential (lpp) response irrespective of self-related outcomes. 2024-02-11 2024-02-14 human
Pan Liu, Jaron X Y Ta. ERP correlates of self-referential processing moderate the association between pubertal status and disordered eating in preadolescence. Psychophysiology. 2024-02-11. PMID:38342692. a principal component analysis of the erp data identified an anterior late positive potential (lpp) in both the positive and negative sret conditions. 2024-02-11 2024-02-14 Not clear