See Walker’s new paper on the effects of stimulus novelty and valence in Neuroimage.
Jessica was one of 18 students selected for the top honors at the 2014 UW-System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity held April 11 at UWM.
The University Annual Fall Awards Ceremony was held on October 23rd in the Wisconsin Room. Chris received the UWM Graduate School/UWM Foundation Research Award.
Abstract Asymmetry of waking electroencephalography ~EEG! alpha power in frontal regions has been correlated with waking emotional reactivity and the emotional content of dream reports. Little is known regarding alpha asymmetry during sleep. The present study was performed to compare alpha power and alpha power asymmetry in various brain regions across states of sleep and […]
Abstract Despite the prominence of emotional dysfunction in psychopathology, relatively few experiments have explicitly studied emotion regulation in adults. The present study examined one type of emotion regulation: voluntary regulation of short-term emotional responses to unpleasant visual stimuli. In a sample of 48 college students, both eyeblink startle magnitude and corrugator activity were sensitive to […]