If the black background and the red "X" appear, it means that after 4 to 10 seconds, the wife has a 20% chance of being electrocuted. If it appears black The background and blue "O" means that after 4 to 10 seconds, the wife will not be electrocuted. The three experimenters wondered if holding their husband's hand or the hand of an unfamiliar experimenter would make them less unpleasant when they were electrocuted supramarginal, and postcentral gyrus.
Therefore, in each experimental sequence, they telemarketing list may have their hands held by the husband, the unfamiliar experimenter, or no hands at all, and then after each experimental sequence, they must be subjective Score the degree of unpleasantness and physical arousal in the previous experiment.
The results of the experiment have several important findings. The first is that both the husband's and the stranger's hand can reduce the influence of nerves on threat, but the husband's is particularly powerful; and among the 16 participants, even their marital satisfaction.
It's all high, but the people with the highest marital satisfaction are still the ones who have the most to reduce the effects of their nerves on the shock. In contrast, studies based on fMRI have found that both spouses and strangers' hands holding their wives' hands have fundamental modulating effects on neural network responses to threat cues, particularly involving areas related to emotion, and Structures involved in bodily arousal; such as the ventral anterior zona cortex, and visceral and musculoskeletal responses such as the posterior cingulate.