All Relations between cognitive conflict 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
Karen R Gouze, Joyce Hopkins, John V Lavigne, Fred B Bryan. A Multi-level Longitudinal Model of Risk Factors for Generalized and Separation Anxiety Symptoms in a Community Sample of 6-year-olds. Child psychiatry and human development vol 53 issue 3 2022 33590383 the current longitudinal study examined the relations between variables in four domains-contextual (ses, family conflict, stress), parent (caretaker depression), parenting (support hostility, autonomy granting), and child (negative affect, effortful control, sensory regulation, attachment)-and both the presence of generalized and separation anxiety symptoms at age 6\xc2\xa0in a community sample of 796 children and the change in these anxiety symptoms from ages 4 to 6. 2022-05-14 2022-06-13 Not clear
S\\xc3\\xa9bastien Normand, Marie Mich\\xc3\\xa8le Soucisse, Marie Pier V\\xc3\\xa9zina Melan\\xc3\\xa7on, Barry H Schneider, Matthew D Lee, Marie-France Maisonneuv. Observed Free-Play Patterns of Children with ADHD and Their Real-Life Friends. Journal of abnormal child psychology vol 47 issue 2 2020 29696434 adhd dyads also engaged in more conflict and exhibited significantly more negative affect than comparison dyads. 2020-06-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
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