情绪对冲突加工的影响
Impact of Emotion on Conflict Processing

作者: 曾庆鸿 :西南大学心理学部,重庆;; Cody Ding :西南大学心理学部,重庆;密苏里大学圣路易斯分校教育心理学系,圣路易斯;

关键词: 情绪冲突加工影响因素Emotion Conflict Processing Risky Factors

摘要: 冲突加工在心理学是一个很重要的课题,已有研究发现冲突加工受很多因素的影响,比如工作记忆、动机、情绪等。本文梳理了情绪影响冲突加工的文献,欲综述情绪影响冲突加工的相关理论、影响因素及未来可能的发展方向,以期为后来研究提供基础。
 Conflict processing is an important subject in psychology which has shown to be influenced by several risky factors, such as working memory, motivation and emotion. We reviewed literatures related to the impact of emotion on conflict processing and discussed its related theories, risky factors and future development, with the hope to provide a basic frame for future studies.

文章引用: 曾庆鸿 , Cody Ding (2014) 情绪对冲突加工的影响。 心理学进展, 4, 33-35. doi: 10.12677/AP.2014.41007

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