Temporal Aspects of Emotion Processing

Salvatore J. Catanzaro
Illinois State University

Frances A. Maratos
University of Derby, Derby, United Kingdom

Steve Croker
University of Derby, Derby, United Kingdom

Nathan Ridout
University of Aston, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Cognitive and neural models of emotion processing propose that specialised mechanisms are responsible for the enhanced and efficient processing of negative information. To explore this hypothesis the panel has investigated temporal aspects of emotion processing in adult, child and mood disordered populations. Findings and their implications will be presented.

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Laura L. Carstensen