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Representation of cognitive reappraisal goals in frontal gamma oscillations

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Title
Representation of cognitive reappraisal goals in frontal gamma oscillations
Author
Kang, Jae-HwanJeong, Ji WoonKim, Hyun TaekKim, Sang HeeKim, Sung-Phil
Issue Date
2014-11
Publisher
PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE
Citation
PLOS ONE, v.9, no.11, pp.e113375
Abstract
Recently, numerous efforts have been made to understand the neural mechanisms underlying cognitive regulation of emotion, such as cognitive reappraisal. Many studies have reported that cognitive control of emotion induces increases in neural activity of the control system, including the prefrontal cortex and the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, and increases or decreases (depending upon the regulation goal) in neural activity of the appraisal system, including the amygdala and the insula. It has been hypothesized that information about regulation goals needs to be processed through interactions between the control and appraisal systems in order to support cognitive reappraisal. However, how this information is represented in the dynamics of cortical activity remains largely unknown. To address this, we investigated temporal changes in gamma band activity (35-55 Hz) in human electroencephalograms during a cognitive reappraisal task that was comprised of three reappraisal goals: To decease, maintain, or increase emotional responses modulated by affect-laden pictures. We examined how the characteristics of gamma oscillations, such as spectral power and large-scale phase synchronization, represented cognitive reappraisal goals. We found that left frontal gamma power decreased, was sustained, or increased when the participants suppressed, maintained, or amplified their emotions, respectively. This change in left frontal gamma power appeared during an interval of 1926 to 2453 ms after stimulus onset. We also found that the number of phase-synchronized pairs of gamma oscillations over the entire brain increased when participants regulated their emotions compared to when they maintained their emotions. These results suggest that left frontal gamma power may reflect cortical representation of emotional states modulated by cognitive reappraisal goals and gamma phase synchronization across whole brain regions may reflect emotional regulatory efforts to achieve these goals. Our study may provide the basis for an electroencephalogram-based neurofeedback system for the cognitive regulation of emotion.
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https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/9462
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http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84912567158
DOI
10.1371/journal.pone.0113375
ISSN
1932-6203
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