Inicidental reactivation of trauma-analogue memory

This study investigates incidental responses to trauma-analogue material and fear overgeneralization. It uses
two components of the BioPac: the galvanic skin response (which measures sweat reactions) and the heart rate variation (HRV). Participants will first watch negative and neutral video scenes. They will then do an emotional Stroop task featuring video-relevant or -irrelevant distractors. Through both tasks the BioPac will be measuring the participant’s physiological response.

Linn Petersdotter & Lindsey Miller, Dep. of Psychology, Lund University


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