KRAUS, Jakub, Robert ROMAN, Lenka JURKOVIČOVÁ, Radek MAREČEK, Michal MIKL, Milan BRÁZDIL a Andreas FRICK. Social support modulates subjective and neural responses to sad mental imagery. Behavioural Brain Research, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science BV, 2020, roč. 2020, č. 112433. ISSN 0166-4328. doi:10.1016/j.bbr.2019.112433.
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Originální název Social support modulates subjective and neural responses to sad mental imagery
Autoři KRAUS, Jakub, Robert ROMAN, Lenka JURKOVIČOVÁ, Radek MAREČEK, Michal MIKL, Milan BRÁZDIL a Andreas FRICK.
Vydání Behavioural Brain Research, Amsterdam, Elsevier Science BV, 2020, 0166-4328.
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Typ výsledku Článek v odborném periodiku
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
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Impakt faktor Impact factor: 2.770 v roce 2018
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bbr.2019.112433
Klíčová slova anglicky Holding hands, Dorsal striatum, Attachment, fMRI, Social support
Příznaky Mezinárodní význam, Recenzováno
Změnil Změnil: Mgr. Jakub Kraus, učo 397885. Změněno: 30. 1. 2020 15:24.
Anotace
Mental imagery related to the recent death of a loved one is associated with intense sadness and distress. Social relations, such as with one’s significant other, can regulate negative emotions and provide comfort, but the neural correlates of social comfort are largely unknown. In this functional magnetic resonance imaging study, we examined brain responses to sad mental imagery and how these are modulated by holding hands with one’s romantic partner. We found that mental imagery of a recently deceased loved one was associated with increased reactivity in the dorsal striatum, medial prefrontal cortex, anterior and posterior cingulate cortex, thalamus and cerebellum. Holding hands with one’s partner as compared to being alone or holding hands with a stranger provided subjective comfort and reduced neural reactivity in the dorsal striatum without affecting the vividness of the imagery. Our findings indicate an important role for the dorsal striatum in sad mental imagery and social comfort and suggest that tactile social support by one’s romantic partner regulates subjective distress through other processes than mere distraction from the mental imagery.
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