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Subjective responses to emotional stimuli during labeling, reappraisal, and distraction.

Abstract:

Although multiple neuroimaging studies suggest that affect labeling (i.e., putting feelings into words) can dampen affect-related responses in the amygdala, the consequences of affect labeling have not been examined in other channels of emotional responding. We conducted four studies examining the effect of affect labeling on self-reported emotional experience. In study one, self-reported distress was lower during affect labeling, compared to passive watching, of negative emotional pictures. ...

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10.1037/a0023503

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Lieberman, MD More by this author
Inagaki, TK More by this author
Tabibnia, G More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Volume:
11
Issue:
3
Pages:
468-480
Publication date:
2011-06-05
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EISSN:
1931-1516
ISSN:
1528-3542
URN:
uuid:f41782d7-0dd4-4570-b3cf-d024a4d7f01b
Source identifiers:
420729
Local pid:
pubs:420729

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