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This study used event-related potentials (ERPs) and flanker-task performance to compare executive functions in adolescents with ADHD, their siblings and independent healthy controls. The aim was to investigate the processing of distracting stimuli, control over inappropriate responses, and the...
Emotion-based behaviors in humans cannot be fully explained by economic rationality. Particularly, in the ultimatum game, which incorporates conflict between self-interest and fairness, negative emotions evoked by an unfair offer seem to promote an economically irrational decision. In accordance...
The concealed information test (CIT) has been used to detect information that examinees possess by means of their autonomic responses. However, the central activities related to these autonomic responses remain unclear. In this study, we simultaneously recorded 128-ch event-related potentials...
Various empirical data suggest that individuals with Panic Disorder (PD) fail to appropriately assign significance to sensory stimuli within the internal and external milieu, including those stimuli which are patently threat-neutral. The failure to appropriately discriminate ‘signal’ stimuli...
A new experimental paradigm called “Early-Night Serial Awakenings” (ENSA) was explored to find out its strengths and weaknesses for psychophysiological studies of NREM sleep dreaming. Five participants spent 20 experimental nights in the sleep laboratory, and were serially awakened with...
Sounds with increasing intensity can act as intrinsic warning cues by signalling that the sound source is approaching. However, intensity change is not always the dominant motion cue to a moving sound, and the effects of simple rising intensity sounds versus sounds with full three dimensional...
In the present study, we provided a cue (face or vase) beforehand to make subjects attend the target stimuli in the vase–face ambiguous figure, and compared the spatiotemporal cortical activation patterns underlying face (face–face) or vase (vase–vase) processing to the ambiguous figure...
Very little research has been conducted examining the relationship between blood pressure (BP), exercise, and hypoalgesia especially in women, even though research indicates that there is an interaction between pain modulatory and cardiovascular systems. The purpose of this study was to examine...
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