All Relations between late positive potential and spn

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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
Andrew D Wiese, Seung-Lark Lim, Diane L Filion, Seung Suk Kan. Intolerance of uncertainty and neural measures of anticipation and reactivity for affective stimuli. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 2022-11-24. PMID:36423712. the present study examined the relationship between self-reported iu and neurophysiological measures of emotional anticipation and reactivity, namely stimulus preceding negativity (spn) and late positive potential (lpp), and self-report measures of emotional experiences. 2022-11-24 2023-08-14 human
Jacob D Kraft, Kaitlyn M Nagel, Danielle E Deros, Burkhart J Hahn, Danielle L Taylor, Kristen E Frosio, Evan J White, DeMond M Gran. The influence of self-focused attention on emotional picture processing: An ERP study. Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience. 2022-10-26. PMID:36289180. research has documented neurophysiological indicators of anticipation (stimulus preceding negativity [spn]) and perception (late positive potential [lpp]) of threat, yet little is known as to how self-focused attention manipulations influence emotion processing within the context of cued picture viewing. 2022-10-26 2023-08-14 human
Christopher T Webster, Martha K Berg, Ethan Kross, Jason S Mose. An event-related potential investigation of distanced self-talk: Replication and comparison to detached reappraisal. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 2022-05-14. PMID:35568270. directly replicating past findings, distanced self-talk led to a reduction in an affective arousal erp, the late positive potential (lpp), without increasing stimulus preceding negativity (spn), an erp that reflects anticipatory and preparatory processing. 2022-05-14 2023-08-13 human
Samantha V Abram, Brian J Roach, Clay B Holroyd, Martin P Paulus, Judith M Ford, Daniel H Mathalon, Susanna L Frye. Reward processing electrophysiology in schizophrenia: Effects of age and illness phase. NeuroImage. Clinical. vol 28. 2021-06-25. PMID:33395983. we compared event-related potentials (erps) reflecting reward anticipation (stimulus-preceding negativity, spn) and evaluation (reward positivity, rewp; late positive potential, lpp) across individuals with schizophrenia (sz) and healthy controls (hc), with an emphasis on examining the effects of chronological age, brain age (i.e., predicted age based on neurobiological measures), and illness phase. 2021-06-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Diana S Ferreira de Sá, Tanja Michael, Frank H Wilhelm, Peter Pey. Learning to see the threat: temporal dynamics of ERPs of motivated attention in fear conditioning. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 14. issue 2. 2020-01-06. PMID:30481357. we aimed to study temporal dynamics of learning processes in classical fear conditioning to social cues (neutral faces) by selecting an experimental setup that produces large effects on well-studied erp components (early posterior negativity, epn; late positive potential, lpp; stimulus preceding negativity, spn) and then exploring small consecutive groups of trials. 2020-01-06 2023-08-13 Not clear