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Title: The revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory: electrocortical correlates of threatening faces at different distances.
Authors: ROTONDA, MARCO
Tutor: De Pascalis, Vilfredo
Marucci, Francesco Saverio
Keywords: EEG
Personality
Augmented Reality
ERP
Issue Date: 15-Sep-2015
Abstract: The main purpose of the present work was to evaluate individual differences in the perception of threatening stimuli at different distances. Under the approach of the revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory, we analysed how the different traits of personality react to angry and neutral faces in an Augmented Reality environment using a Visual Oddball paradigm. We found that the N2 component is the most prone to point out the differences especially for Fight and Freeze subjects, showing how they use more frontal processes in the differentiation between near and far stimuli. This results could be explained by the neuroanatomical differentiation proposed by McNaughton and Corr in the 2004.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10805/2724
Research interests: EEG, connectivity analysis, source localisation, neurofeedback, real time series analysis
Skills short description: Working with eeg since many years.
Personal skills keywords: EEG
connectivity analysis
source localisation
Matlab
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