Tarefa de compatibilidade espacial afetiva como modelo de estudo do comportamento emocional

Resumo

Além dos aspectos emocionais, o comportamento humano pode ser afetado por outros fatores, tal como a localização espacial dos estímulos, que favorecem a ocorrência de respostas motoras mais rápidas para o mesmo lado de sua apresentação em uma tarefa clássica de compatibilidade estímulo-resposta. O presente artigo consiste em uma revisão narrativa de estudos que utilizaram a Tarefa de Compatibilidade Espacial Afetiva (TCEA) para avaliar a influência da valência afetiva do estímulo sobre os padrões de compatibilidade espacial. De modo geral, os estudos analisados indicam que figuras, imagens e palavras com valência emocional são capazes de influenciar o comportamento do voluntário. Portanto, a TCEA é uma ferramenta com potencial aplicação ao estudo da interação entre emoção e cognição na avaliação neuropsicológica.

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2020-10-24
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Número Temático Cérebro & Mente: Reflexões e Processos Psicológicos Básicos