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How positive affect modulates proactive control: reduced usage of informative cues under positive affect with low arousal

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Fröber, Kerstin ; Dreisbach, Gesine
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 07 Sep 2012 07:01


An example of proactive control is the usage of informative cues to prepare for an upcoming task. Here the authors will present data from a series of three experiments, showing that positive affect along with low arousal reduces proactive control in form of a reduced reliance on informative cues. In three affect groups, neutral or positive affective picture stimuli with low and high arousal ...


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