Central and autonomic correlates of personality during social interaction and rest by SГёren Bo Andersen

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Meditation alters autonomic and central nervous system interaction. We measured the physiological and brain changes at rest before, during, and after 5 days of IBMT and relaxation training.

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-­‐Personality interacts with situations in three ways: ­‐Selection: +Personality characteristics of others influence whether we select them as dates, friends, or marriage partners.

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Personality correlates of individual differences in electrodermal lability. This study examined relationships between individual differences in the spontaneous fluctuation rate of electrodermal activity (EDA lability) and a battery of personality measures. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal.

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Study 2 found that the ability to recognize fearful faces as well as the general spontaneous expressiveness during social interaction are linked to prosocial choices in several socio-economic games. Sensitivity to the distress of others and spontaneous expressiveness foster reciprocal interactions with prosocial : Laura Kaltwasser.

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Specific forms of facial EMG response index emotions during an interview: from Darwin to the continuous flow hypothesis of affect-laden information processing.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, – The multivariate analysis of coupling pathways within physiological (sub)systems focusing on identifying healthy and diseased conditions. In this study, we investigated a part of the central-autonomic-network (CAN) in 17 patients suffering from schizophrenia (SZO) compared to 17 age–gender matched healthy controls (CON) applying linear and nonlinear causal coupling Author: Steffen Schulz, Jens Haueisen, Karl-Jürgen Bär, Andreas Voss.andSocialPsychology.

Eacharticle in the two social psychology sections (attitudes and social cognition, and interpersonal relations and group processes) was characterized according to a number of dichotomies. Theresults arepresentedin Table 1.

As is clear fromthe table, for attitudes and social cognition, the great majority ofresearch involves un.

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