Emotion regulation through bifocal processing of fear inducing and disgust inducing stimuli

Published: 26-09-2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/cm9xkbc8xp.2
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Dina Wittfoth

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Emotion regulation through bifocal processing of fear inducing and disgust inducing stimuli Dataset contains: -------------------- First level *.nii files of all n=17 participants for the six experimental conditions as calculated in a first-level fixed effects model corrected for serial autocorrelations (AR1) and low frequency signals (high-pass filter of 128 s): view fear (vF): con_0001 view disgust (vD): con_0002 view neutral (vN): con_0003 regulate fear (rF): con_0004 regulate disgust (rD): con_0005 regulate neutral (rN): con_0006) Regressors of no interest included the rating phase, the fixation phase, and the individual realignment parameters. -------------------- Second level ANOVA random effects group level analysis comparing interactions of the experimental factors 'regulation' (view, regulate) and ‘emotion’ (fear, disgust, neutral) in a full-factorial within-subject GLM. Contrasts images include: 002(F) Main effect of regulation 003(F) Main effect of emotion 004(F) Interaction: regulation x emotion 011(T) regulation > viewing 012(T) viewing > regulation 013(T) fear > disgust 014(T) disgust > fear 015(T) -1 0 1 1 0 -1 016(T) -1 1 0 1 -1 0 -------------------- Spreadsheet *.csv file containing the behavioral data and questionnaire data that went into the group-level statistics reported in the manuscript.

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