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Deconstructing Anger in the Human Brain.
Gilam G and Hendler T. Curr Top Behav Neurosci 2017 - Review. PMID 26695163
While anger is considered a survival response inherent in all living creatures, humans are endowed with the mental flexibility that enables them to control and regulate their anger, and adapt it to socially accepted norms. ...Nevertheless, to capture the large variety in the forms and fashions in which anger is experienced, expressed, and regulated, and thus to better portray the related underlying neural substrates, neurobehavioral investigations of human anger should aim to further embed realistic social interactions within their anger induction paradigms....
While anger is considered a survival response inherent in all living creatures, humans are endowed with the mental flexibility that e …
Traits of empathy and anger: implications for psychopathy and other disorders associated with aggression.
Blair RJR. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 29483341 Free PMC article.
Empathy and anger are two social emotions that modulate an individual's risk for aggression. Empathy is an emotional reaction to another individual's emotional state. Anger is an emotional reaction to threat, frustration or social provocation. Reduced empathy, seen in psychopathy, increases the risk for goal-directed aggression. ...
Empathy and anger are two social emotions that modulate an individual's risk for aggression. Empathy is an emotional reaction to anot …
Function of child anger and sadness in response to a blocked goal.
Tan L and Smith CL. J Exp Child Psychol 2018. PMID 29429569
Despite the theorized importance of anger to persistence, it does not always relate to persistence in expected ways empirically; the role that sadness might play in how anger relates to persistence is often not considered even though children often experience both anger and sadness when goals are blocked. We hypothesized that how anger relates to persistence would depend on the level of sadness that children felt and, thus, tested sadness as a moderator of the relation of anger to persistence. ...
Despite the theorized importance of anger to persistence, it does not always relate to persistence in expected ways empirically; the …
The anger expression trait affects conflict monitor: a Go/No-go event-related potential study.
Zhan X, et al. Neuroreport 2018. PMID 29189473
The Anger-Out and Anger-In is the emotional expression of anger in two main ways. To explore the time course of inhibitory control in individuals with different anger expression trait, we recorded and analyzed event-related potential data relevant to the Go/No-go task. ...These data suggest the reduced early stage of inhibitory processes in Anger-In individuals, implicating the dysfunction of conflict monitoring and providing new electrophysiological evidence for the theory of anger expression....
The Anger-Out and Anger-In is the emotional expression of anger in two main ways. To explore the time course of inhibit …
Anger Rumination Scale: Validation in Mexico.
Ortega Andrade N, et al. Span J Psychol 2017. PMID 28095931
The aim of the study was to assess the validity of the Anger Rumination Scale (ARS; Sukhodolsky, Golub, & Cromwell, 2001) in a Mexican sample (n = 700, M age = 38.6, SD = 12.42). ...ARS results correlated with measures of state anger, trait anger, anger expression, and anger control (negatively); correlations were significant (ps < .001) ARS outcomes also correlated (ps < .001) with physical and verbal aggression, hostility, anger, and emotion suppression, suggesting convergent validity. ...
The aim of the study was to assess the validity of the Anger Rumination Scale (ARS; Sukhodolsky, Golub, & Cromwell, 2001) in a Me …
Anger, sad, and blended expressions to contingency disruption in young infants.
Sullivan MW. Dev Psychobiol 2018. PMID 30221341 Free PMC article.
Study 1 examined partial correlations among anger, sad, blended anger/sad, and neutral expressions during extinction in three extant, independently recruited samples. Across samples, all three negative expressions were inversely related to neutral expressions, but anger and sad expressions were not significantly correlated when anger/sad blends were controlled. ...
Study 1 examined partial correlations among anger, sad, blended anger/sad, and neutral expressions during extinction in three …
Anger parameters in parolees undergoing psychoeducation: Temporal stability, social desirability bias, and comparison with non-offenders.
Fernandez E, et al. Crim Behav Ment Health 2018. PMID 28884849
The Anger Parameters Scale and the Marlow-Crowne Scale were used to assess anger and social desirability, respectively. Parole officers delivered a psychoeducation course to parolees over 12 weeks, and anger and social desirability measures were taken before and afterwards. ...Mean anger scores were not significantly different after psychoeducation than before it. Parolees' reported anger was significantly and negatively correlated with social desirability scores. ...
The Anger Parameters Scale and the Marlow-Crowne Scale were used to assess anger and social desirability, respectively. Parole …
The Relation Between Trait Anger and Impulse Control in Forensic Psychiatric Patients: An EEG Study.
Lievaart M, et al. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback 2018. PMID 29797156 Free PMC article.
Inhibitory control is considered to be one of the key factors in explaining individual differences in trait anger and reactive aggression. ...On the behavioral level, we found higher scores on trait anger to be accompanied by lower accuracy on NoGo trials, especially when anger was primed. ...
Inhibitory control is considered to be one of the key factors in explaining individual differences in trait anger and reactive aggres …
Assessing Anger Expression: Construct Validity of Three Emotion Expression-Related Measures.
Jasinski MJ, et al. J Pers Assess 2016. PMID 27248355 Free PMC article.
Blinded raters coded the videos for anger expression, and a software program analyzed expression transcripts for anger-related words. Analyses related each questionnaire to anger expression. The AEI Anger-Out scale predicted greater anger expression, as expected, but AEI Anger-In did not. ...
Blinded raters coded the videos for anger expression, and a software program analyzed expression transcripts for anger-related …
Alcohol Consumption and Trait Anger Strengthen the Association Between Perceived Quarrelsomeness and Quarrelsome Behavior via Feeling Angry.
Sadikaj G and Moskowitz DS. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 2018. PMID 29799637
RESULTS: Results revealed that alcohol consumption and trait anger jointly moderated the association between perceived quarrelsomeness and quarrelsome behavior indirectly via state anger. Heightened anger experience accounted for increased quarrelsome behavior in response to perceived quarrelsomeness among higher trait anger individuals who reported increased alcohol consumption. ...
RESULTS: Results revealed that alcohol consumption and trait anger jointly moderated the association between perceived quarrelsomenes …
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