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Alicia Hofelich Mohr ; R. Brent Stansfield ; Stephanie D. Preston ;International Journal of Psychological Research 2013, 6

Autor: Courtney K. Hsing

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International Journal of Psychological Research ISSN: 2011-2084 ijpr@usbmed.edu.co Universidad de San Buenaventura Colombia Hsing, Courtney K.; Hofelich Mohr, Alicia; Brent Stansfield, R.; Preston, Stephanie D. Alexithymia Slows Performance but Preserves Spontaneous Semantic Decoding of Negative Expressions in the Emostroop Task International Journal of Psychological Research, vol.
6, 2013, pp.
56-67 Universidad de San Buenaventura Medellín, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=299029205006 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative INTJ.PSYCHOL.RES.
2013; 6 (Speial Issue): 56 - 67 Alexithymia Slows Performance but Preserves Spontaneous Semantic Decoding of Negative Expressions in the Emostroop Task La alexitimia disminuye el rendimiento pero preserva la decodificación semántica espontánea de expresiones negativas en la Emostroop Task Research Courtney K.
Hsinga, , Alicia Hofelich Mohra, , R.
Brent Stansfieldb, , Stephanie D.
Prestona, *, a Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. b Department of Medical Education, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Article history: ARTICLE INFO Received: 24-08-2013 Revised:23-09-2013 Accepted: 04-10-2013 ABSTRACT Alexithymia is a multifaceted personality construct related to deficits in the recognition and verbalization of emotions.
It is uncertain what causes alexithymia or which stage of emotion processing is first affected.
The current study was designed to determine if trait alexithymia was associated with impaired early semantic decoding of facial emotion.
Participants performed the Emostroop task, which varied the presentation time of faces depicting neutral, angry, or sad expr...





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