19 research outputs found

    Single subject data (sentence condition).

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    <p>ERP effects (frontal negativity and parietal positivity) of single subjects observed during processing of false and true negated sentences. Columns show amplitude values (in µV) averaged for the frontal or parietal electrode clusters. The + indicates subjects showing larger effects for false compared to true negated statements. The – characterizes subjects showing the opposite effects. Last rows: Total number of subjects (%) showing the pattern false>true.</p

    Changes in heart rate during reading of body words and neutral words from 0–5 seconds after word onset.

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    <p>The time interval from 5–10 seconds represents the interstimulus interval following word offset.</p

    Startle modulation during reading of body words and neutral words in females reporting high (N = 17) vs. low (N = 18) body dissatisfaction on the EDI subscale body dissatisfaction.

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    <p>Startle modulation during reading of body words and neutral words in females reporting high (N = 17) vs. low (N = 18) body dissatisfaction on the EDI subscale body dissatisfaction.</p

    Valence and arousal ratings of body words and neutral words in females scoring high or low on the three diagnostically relevant subscales of the Eating Disorder Inventory.

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    <p>Note: For valence and arousal, ratings ranged from 1 (extremely negative valence, extremely low arousal) to 9 (extremely positive valence, extremely high arousal).</p

    Self-report data (questionnaires).

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    <p>Self-report data (questionnaires).</p

    Correlation plot between heartbeat perception score and ingested water volume (ml) (r = −.50, p = .001).

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    <p>Correlation plot between heartbeat perception score and ingested water volume (ml) (r = −.50, p = .001).</p

    Water intake (ml) in good and poor heartbeat perceivers (**: p<.01), good HP  =  good heartbeat perceivers, poor HP  =  poor heartbeat perceivers (3A); Normogastric reactivity (% 3

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    <p> <b>cpm) in good and poor heartbeat perceivers during/after WLT (**: p<.01); % 3 </b><b>cpm is percentage of the 3 cpm activity (2.5-3.5 cpm) relative to the total power (3B).</b></p

    Activity of the electrogastrogram (%3

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    <p> <b>cpm, %bradygastria, %tachygastria) during baseline and during/after water load test (*: p<.05); total power was calculated as a sum of the spectral estimates from 1–10 cpm, percentage of total power was calculated for the bradygastria (1–2.5 cpm)  =  %bradygastria, normogastria 3 cpm (2.5–3.5 cpm)  =  %3 </b><b>cpm, and tachygastria (3.75–10 cpm) bands  =  %tachygastria.</b></p
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