By Mark Bernthal
This paintings offers little ones with an advent to existence in school. child Bop discovers university to be a good, fun-filled event with many fascinating actions, like finger portray and feeding the college pets, in addition to a spot to make many new buddies.
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35 Thereafter, participants were involved in a simple monetary gambling task, in which they were asked to try their best to maximize the total score. The higher the score they earned, the more bonus money they would receive at the end of the experiment. For each trial, participants could select one of two alternatives (―5‖ or ―25‖) to ―gamble‖. The outcome of their choice would then appear on the screen for 1500 milliseconds. If participants get a positive outcome in the current trial (indicated by the ―+‖ symbol), 5 or 25 points (depended on their own choice) would be added to the total score amount; otherwise if they receive a negative outcome (indicated by the ―-‖ symbol), participants would lose 5 or 25 points accordingly.
Participants were asked to rate items on a scale from1 to 5 (1 = very slightly or not at all, 5 = extremely), based on the strength of emotion they were feeling at that moment. After each session of the experiment, participants filled out another PANAS scale. 20 Yue-jia Luo, Ruolei Gu, Yu-xia Huang et al. ). Continuous data were recorded relative to linked mastoids with a forehead ground. Vertical electrooculogram (EOG) recording electrodes were positioned above and below the left eye, and horizontal EOG recording electrodes were positioned at the outer canthi of both eyes.
Each task contained 4 blocks and each block had 37 trials, resulting in 148 trials in each experimental condition (verbal-negative, spatial-negative, verbalneutral, and spatial-neutral). All trials in each block were automatically generated and fully randomized by the E-prime program. The ERP waveforms were epoched into periods of 1200 ms, from 200 ms prior to the onset of target stimuli to 1000 ms post-target stimuli. The following 24 sites were chosen for statistical analysis: FPz, Fz, FCz, AF3, AF4, F1, F2, F5, F6, FC3, FC4, FT7 and FT8 (13 sites for anterior); Pz, POz, Oz, P1, P2, P5, P6, PO3, PO4, TP7 and TP8 (11 sites for posterior).