The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder

Sansen L, Iffland B, Neuner F (2015)
Psychophysiology 52(1): 107-116.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
The study investigated the role of an associative information network as a mechanism underlying the relation of peer victimization and social anxiety disorder (SAD). A sample of N=80 was divided according to diagnosis (SAD vs. no diagnosis) and amount of peer victimization (low vs. high). Responses to memory of a personally experienced aversive social situation and to imagining a standardized negative social situation were assessed. In terms of skin conductance level, subjects with SAD and peer victimization were more reactive to the memory script than the other three groups while responses to the standardized script did not vary. As to heart rate, there were no differences between the groups. Emotional responses presented with an inconsistent pattern. The results provide a first indication that associative memory structures resulting from aversive social experiences might play a role in the development and maintenance of SAD, but further research is needed.
Stichworte
information network; Associative; Psychophysiology; Peer victimization; Social anxiety; Vulnerability
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Zeitschriftentitel
Psychophysiology
Band
52
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
107-116
ISSN
0048-5772
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2719062

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Sansen L, Iffland B, Neuner F. The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder. Psychophysiology. 2015;52(1):107-116.
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., & Neuner, F. (2015). The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder. Psychophysiology, 52(1), 107-116. doi:10.1111/psyp.12291
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., and Neuner, F. (2015). The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder. Psychophysiology 52, 107-116.
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., & Neuner, F., 2015. The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder. Psychophysiology, 52(1), p 107-116.
L. Sansen, B. Iffland, and F. Neuner, “The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder”, Psychophysiology, vol. 52, 2015, pp. 107-116.
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., Neuner, F.: The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder. Psychophysiology. 52, 107-116 (2015).
Sansen, Lisa, Iffland, Benjamin, and Neuner, Frank. “The trauma of peer victimization: Psychophysiological and emotional characteristics of memory imagery in subjects with social anxiety disorder”. Psychophysiology 52.1 (2015): 107-116.

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