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PLOS ONE: Affective and Neural Reactivity to Criticism in Individuals High and Low on Perceived Criticism
Shame is brought up by paradigms like recording people's relatives criticizing them (30 seconds beginning with "one thing that bothers me about her is...") and playing these recordings back during fMRI assessment. It's awful. As you might expect, people with more historical shame (e.g., histories of parental criticism) have higher reactivity in emotion-related brain regions and their prefrontal cortex shuts off
psychology  neuroscience  conditioning 
june 2016 by isch

bundles : mental_illness

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