Psykologisk Institut

Mia Skytte OToole

Stronger Association Between Valence- and Arousal Ratings of Affective Pictures with Older Age: Evidence for Variation Across Emotion Categories

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Stronger Association Between Valence- and Arousal Ratings of Affective Pictures with Older Age: Evidence for Variation Across Emotion Categories. / Mikkelsen, Mai Bjørnskov; Mehlsen, Mimi Yung; Lyby, Marlene Skovgaard; OToole, Mia Skytte; Westphael, Gitte.

2016. Poster session præsenteret ved American Psychological Science. Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPosterForskning

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Mikkelsen MB, Mehlsen MY, Lyby MS, OToole MS, Westphael G. 2016. Stronger Association Between Valence- and Arousal Ratings of Affective Pictures with Older Age: Evidence for Variation Across Emotion Categories. Poster session præsenteret ved American Psychological Science. Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

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Mikkelsen MB, Mehlsen MY, Lyby MS, OToole MS, Westphael G. Stronger Association Between Valence- and Arousal Ratings of Affective Pictures with Older Age: Evidence for Variation Across Emotion Categories. 2016. Poster session præsenteret ved American Psychological Science. Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

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title = "Stronger Association Between Valence- and Arousal Ratings of Affective Pictures with Older Age: Evidence for Variation Across Emotion Categories",
abstract = "A sample of older and younger adults rated affective pictures according to valence, arousal and emotion category (happiness, sadness and disgust). Results indicate that older age is associated with a stronger linear association between ratings of arousal and valence. Further, the strength of the association vary according to emotion category.",
author = "Mikkelsen, {Mai Bj{\o}rnskov} and Mehlsen, {Mimi Yung} and Lyby, {Marlene Skovgaard} and OToole, {Mia Skytte} and Gitte Westphael",
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language = "English",
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T1 - Stronger Association Between Valence- and Arousal Ratings of Affective Pictures with Older Age: Evidence for Variation Across Emotion Categories

AU - Mikkelsen, Mai Bjørnskov

AU - Mehlsen, Mimi Yung

AU - Lyby, Marlene Skovgaard

AU - OToole, Mia Skytte

AU - Westphael, Gitte

N1 - Conference code: 28

PY - 2016/5/28

Y1 - 2016/5/28

N2 - A sample of older and younger adults rated affective pictures according to valence, arousal and emotion category (happiness, sadness and disgust). Results indicate that older age is associated with a stronger linear association between ratings of arousal and valence. Further, the strength of the association vary according to emotion category.

AB - A sample of older and younger adults rated affective pictures according to valence, arousal and emotion category (happiness, sadness and disgust). Results indicate that older age is associated with a stronger linear association between ratings of arousal and valence. Further, the strength of the association vary according to emotion category.

M3 - Poster

Y2 - 25 May 2016 through 29 May 2016

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