2019
DOI: 10.1111/psyp.13497
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Psychophysiological approaches to understanding the impact of trauma exposure

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“…In addition, differences are found in the arousal dimension in the evaluation of all images, indicating, that the custody group has greater activation than the non-custody and student groups, in the perception of pleasant and neutral images. This result indicates the impulsivity component associated with young people with antisocial behavior (Rockstroh and McTeague, 2019;Toro et al, 2020) which is consistent with a recent study finding an association between higher ratings of arousal to positive images and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in youth (Truedsson et al, 2019). Furthermore, the results showed that custody sample were associated with lower ratings of arousal to unpleasant images, and concurrently in line with previous finding with CU in youth samples (Truedsson et al, 2019;Szabó et al, 2020).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
“…In addition, differences are found in the arousal dimension in the evaluation of all images, indicating, that the custody group has greater activation than the non-custody and student groups, in the perception of pleasant and neutral images. This result indicates the impulsivity component associated with young people with antisocial behavior (Rockstroh and McTeague, 2019;Toro et al, 2020) which is consistent with a recent study finding an association between higher ratings of arousal to positive images and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in youth (Truedsson et al, 2019). Furthermore, the results showed that custody sample were associated with lower ratings of arousal to unpleasant images, and concurrently in line with previous finding with CU in youth samples (Truedsson et al, 2019;Szabó et al, 2020).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%