How self-construals affect the ERP response to the rewards for self and mother?
Updated: Mar 1, 2018
Following our previous studies on culture, kinship and self-construals on decision making, Prof Zhu's recently published paper entitled "The influence of self-construals on the ERP response to the rewards for self and mother". In this study, we found self-construal priming modulates feedback-related negativity (FRN) such that independent self-construal priming resulted in a greater FRN elicited by outcome feedback for self than for mother.
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