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Culture and Brain

, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 92–93 | Cite as

Correction to: The cultural neuroscience of emotion regulation

  • Ryan S. HamptonEmail author
  • Michael E. W. VarnumEmail author
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Correction to: Culture and Brain  https://doi.org/10.1007/s40167-018-0066-2

In the original publication, there were several content and grammatical errors in Table 1. The corrected Table 1 is given below:
Table 1

Summary of cultural neuroscience studies on emotion regulation

Study

Total N

Sample composition

Methods

Stimuli

Task structure

Ohira et al. (2006)

N = 10

Female Japanese

fMRI, heart rate, and skin conductance

60 moderately arousing positive, negative, and neutral IAPS images

Attend followed by suppress

Goldin et al. (2008)

N = 17

Female Americans

fMRI

40 neutral and disgust-inducing 15-s film clips

Pseudo-randomized order of watch. suppress, and reappraise

Qu and Telzer (2017)

N = 29

European Americans and Chinese

fMRI

32 naturalistic visual scenes of people in emotionally negative situations

Think of person in photo as self, reappraise (increase/decrease), then emotion rating

Soto et al. (2016)

N = 59

Asian and European Americans

EKG interbeat interval and skin conductance

5 neutral and disgust-inducing 52–62 s film clips

Neutral, disgust-watch, disgust-suppress/-amplify counterbalanced, neutral

Murata et al. (2011)

N = 34

European Americans and East Asians

EEG

120 neutral and mutilation/threat IAPS images

Attend followed by suppress

Varnum and Hampton (2017)

N = 55

European Americans and East Asians

EEG

162 neutral, high-arousal negative, and positive IAPS images

Attend followed by counterbalanced suppress and enhance

Hampton et al. (2018)

N = 146

European Americans, Chinese/Chinese-Americans and Mexican/Mexican Americans

EEG

108 high-arousal negative and positive IAPS images

Attend followed by counterbalanced suppress and enhance

Note This table lists the studies described in this paper with the sample characteristics, methods used, and stimuli/task structures. Samples contain both females and males unless otherwise specified

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Arizona State UniversityTempeUSA

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