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The influence of attachment styles on autonomic correlates of perspective-taking

Abstract : This study examined the effects of attachment styles on physiological responses during a perspective-taking task. Sixty-eight participants were selected according to attachment styles. Physiological responses were assessed using skin conductance responses (SCRs) in the three attachment groups (secure, insecure-anxious and insecure-avoidant) during the presentation of attachment-based pictures (distress, comfort or neutral) in two different perspective-taking conditions: self perspective-taking (i.e. imagine how you would feel in the given situation) or other perspective-taking (i.e. imagine how that person could feel in this situation). In the self perspective-taking condition, insecure-anxious individuals displayed higher SCRs than secure individuals for distress pictures. In the other perspective-taking condition, insecure-anxious individuals showed higher SCRs than secure individuals for comfort pictures. The results also showed a strong negative association between self-reported perspective-taking tendencies and SCRs in secure individuals. The findings suggest that perspective-taking plays an important role in the modulation of physiological responses in reaction to attachment-related pictures, which varies according to attachment styles.
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Sébastien Henschel, Jean-Louis Nandrino, Laurent Pezard, Laurent Ott, Lauriane Vulliez-Coady, et al.. The influence of attachment styles on autonomic correlates of perspective-taking. Biological Psychology, 2020, Biological Psychology, 154, pp.107908. ⟨10.1016/j.biopsycho.2020.107908⟩. ⟨hal-03161930⟩

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