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Bad things come easier to the mind but harder to the body: Evidence from brain oscillations

Kuhbandner, Christof ; Spachtholz, Philipp ; Pastötter, Bernhard


An intriguing finding of research on emotional processing is a discrepancy between perception and behavior. Perceptually, a robust finding is that negative stimuli are processed faster and more efficiently than positive stimuli. Behaviorally, a similarly robust finding is that response times are slower for negative than for positive stimuli. We proposed and tested a novel account to explain this ...


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