All Relations between aversion and negative emotion

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Takehiro Minamoto, Masahiko Harun. Distinctive types of aversiveness are represented as the same in a portion of the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex: An fMRI study with the cue paradigm. Neuroscience vol issue 2022 36087900 some studies have argued that the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dacc) is generally activated in response to aversive information, including pain, negative affect, and cognitive conflict. 2022-09-10 2022-09-14 Not clear
Kerry J Ressler, Sabina Berretta, Vadim Y Bolshakov, Isabelle M Rosso, Edward G Meloni, Scott L Rauch, William A Carlezo. Post-traumatic stress disorder: clinical and translational neuroscience from cells to circuits. Nature reviews. Neurology vol issue 2022 35352034 post-traumatic stress disorder (ptsd) is a maladaptive and debilitating psychiatric disorder, characterized by re-experiencing, avoidance, negative emotions and thoughts, and hyperarousal in the months and years following exposure to severe trauma. 2022-03-30 2022-04-14 Not clear
Claire Alexander, Maryam Vasef. Cannabidiol and the corticoraphe circuit in post-traumatic stress disorder. IBRO neuroscience reports vol 11 issue 2021 34485973 post-traumatic stress disorder (ptsd), characterized by re-experiencing, avoidance, negative affect, and impaired memory processing, may develop after traumatic events. 2021-12-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hanjoo Kim, Michelle G Newma. The paradox of relaxation training: Relaxation induced anxiety and mediation effects of negative contrast sensitivity in generalized anxiety disorder and major depressive disorder. Journal of affective disorders vol 259 issue 2020 31450137 the contrast avoidance model postulates that individuals with generalized anxiety disorder (gad) fear a sharp spike in negative emotion, and thus, prefer to worry to maintain their negative affect rather than being in a more euthymic state, such as relaxation. 2020-07-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jan B Engelmann, Friederike Meyer, Christian C Ruff, Ernst Feh. The neural circuitry of affect-induced distortions of trust. Science advances vol 5 issue 3 2020 30891491 the posterior superior temporal sulcus (psts) seems to play a key role in mediating the impact of affect on behavior: functional connectivity of this brain area with left tpj was associated with trust in the absence of negative affect, but aversive affect disrupted this association between tpj-psts connectivity and behavioral trust. 2020-04-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Todd B Kashdan, Antonina S Farmer, Leah M Adams, Patty Ferssizidis, Patrick E McKnight, John B Nezle. Distinguishing healthy adults from people with social anxiety disorder: evidence for the value of experiential avoidance and positive emotions in everyday social interactions. Journal of abnormal psychology vol 122 issue 3 2014 23815396 our results suggest that negative emotions alone do not fully distinguish normal from pathological social anxiety, and that assessing social anxiety disorder should include impairments in positive emotional experiences and dysfunctional emotion regulation (in the form of experiential avoidance) in social situations. 2014-04-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Thomas Baumgartner, Lorena R R Gianotti, Daria Knoc. Who is honest and why: baseline activation in anterior insula predicts inter-individual differences in deceptive behavior. Biological psychology vol 94 issue 1 2013 23735708 moreover, results provide evidence that high baseline activation in the anterior insula is associated with negative affect and dispositional tendencies to avoid aversive emotional situations. 2013-10-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Julia D Buckner, Richard G Heimberg, Russell A Matthews, Jose Silgad. Marijuana-related problems and social anxiety: the role of marijuana behaviors in social situations. Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors vol 26 issue 1 2012 22004129 given that both social avoidance and using marijuana to cope with negative affect broadly have been found to play a role in marijuana-related problems, the current study utilized a new measure designed to simultaneously assess social avoidance and using marijuana to cope in situations previously identified as anxiety-provoking among those with elevated social anxiety. 2012-07-16 2022-01-12 Not clear
Edward A Selby, Michael D Anestis, Theodore W Bender, Thomas E Joine. An exploration of the emotional cascade model in borderline personality disorder. Journal of abnormal psychology vol 118 issue 2 2009 19413411 the emotional cascade model proposes that the emotional and behavioral dysregulation of individuals with borderline personality disorder (bpd) may be fundamentally linked through emotional cascades, vicious cycles of intense rumination and negative affect that may induce aversive emotional states. 2009-08-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
Frida E Polli, Christopher I Wright, Mohammed R Milad, Bradford C Dickerson, Mark Vangel, Jason J S Barton, Scott L Rauch, Dara S Manoac. Hemispheric differences in amygdala contributions to response monitoring. Neuroreport vol 20 issue 4 2009 19218865 consistent with proposed specializations of the right and left amygdala in aversive conditioning, we hypothesize that right amygdala-rostral anterior cingulate cortex interactions mediate learning to avoid errors, whereas left error-related amygdala activation underpins detrimental negative affect. 2009-03-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Katja M\\xc3\\xa9riau, Isabell Wartenburger, Philipp Kazzer, Kristin Prehn, Arno Villringer, Elke van der Meer, Hauke R Heekere. Insular activity during passive viewing of aversive stimuli reflects individual differences in state negative affect. Brain and cognition vol 69 issue 1 2009 18632198 greater recruitment of the insula in response to aversive relative to neutral stimuli in subjects with high state negative affect may represent increased processing of salient aversive stimuli. 2009-03-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ljubomir Aftanas, Anton Varlamo. Associations of alexithymia with anterior and posterior activation asymmetries during evoked emotions: EEG evidence of right hemisphere \"electrocortical effort\". The International journal of neuroscience vol 114 issue 11 2005 15636355 effects of alexithymia were found in the upper theta, low and upper alpha frequency bands; in all the bands the alexithymics exhibited greater reactivity of the right hemisphere, suggesting enhanced avoidance motivational tendencies, negative affect, and autonomic arousal. 2005-02-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Steven A Safren, Susan Sprich, Sophie Chulvick, Michael W Ott. Psychosocial treatments for adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The Psychiatric clinics of North America vol 27 issue 2 2004 15064001 this article discussed some ways in which a history of failure experiences can enhance negative affect and cognitive avoidance and further impair attentional and organizational abilities associated with adhd. 2004-07-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
R Corona, C Dissanayake, S Arbelle, P Wellington, M Sigma. Is affect aversive to young children with autism? Behavioral and cardiac responses to experimenter distress. Child development vol 69 issue 6 1999 9914635 the aim of this study was to determine whether displays of negative emotions are more aversive to young children with autism than displays of neutral emotions. 1999-03-22 2022-01-10 Not clear
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