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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (11) : 1572-1582     DOI:
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How to Arouse and Relief Vital Loss Emotions: Behavioral and Brain-Imaging Evidence
LI Qi;LUO Jing
(1 Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science, Institution of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China)
(2 Key Laboratory of Mental Health, Institution of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China)
(3Department of Psychology, Capital Normal University, the key Lab of Study and Cognition of Beijing, Beijing 100048, China)
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Abstract  This study gradually worked out a new paradigm to arouse vital loss emotions and its neural mechanisms in laboratory settings without substantial damage and found both the contrast effects of importance of alternatives and a huge compensation payment can relieve the vital-related loss emotions by a series of behavior and imaging experiments. The results showed that the defense mechanism not only did prevent individuals from thoroughly imagining and experiencing the given loss situation to arouse emotions, but induced emotions comprehensively and automatically under vital loss decisions. Furthermore, our results revealed that a huge compensation payment or contrast effects can relieve vital loss emotions. The findings from this research will not only promote the understanding of the brain mechanisms of vital loss emotions in information processing, and the behavior and imaging evidences from emotional regulations will also advance the development of psychological consultation and insurance compensation system.
Keywords vital loss      emotion      compensation payment      contrast effects      fMRI     
Corresponding Authors: LUO Jing   
Issue Date: 15 November 2011
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LI Qi,LUO Jing. How to Arouse and Relief Vital Loss Emotions: Behavioral and Brain-Imaging Evidence[J]. , 2011, 19(11): 1572-1582.
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