Aging and attention: Meaningfulness may be more important than valence
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香港中文大學研究人員
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摘要Studies on socioemotional selectivity theory have found that compared with younger adults, older adults are more likely to (a) prefer to interact with emotionally close social partners and (b) show preferential cognitive processing of positive relative to negative stimuli. To integrate these 2 lines of findings, this study examined attention toward emotional (positive and negative) facial expressions of experimentally manipulated emotionally close versus nonclose targets among younger and older adults. Compared with younger adults, older adults gazed more at facial expressions of emotionally close than nonclose targets, regardless of valence. This age difference occurred to a greater extent among those who endorsed eudaimonic goals more.
著者Fung H. H., Lu M., Isaacowitz D. M.
期刊名稱Psychology and Aging
出版年份2019
月份2
卷號34
期次1
頁次85 - 90
國際標準期刊號0882-7974
語言英式英語

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