Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation reduces spontaneous but not induced negative thought intrusions in high worriers
Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (tVNS) was tested in chronic worriers. tVNS may reduce spontaneously occurring negative thought intrusions. After a worry induction, there was no longer an effect of tVNS. tVNS did not affect physiological responding to worrying.
- A.M. Burgera, W. Van der Does, J.F. Thayer, J.F. Brosschot, B. Verkuil
- 07 maart 2019
- Biological Psychology
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