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Experimental Psychology (Russia)

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (printed version): 2072-7593

ISSN (online): 2311-7036


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Auditory attention under binary choise of response based on feature integration in dependence on temperament 1108


Osokina E.S.
Intern Researcher, Research and Study Group of Cognitive Psychophysiology, NRU Higher School of Economics, 2nd year Master student, Faculty of Psychology, NRU Higher School of Economics, Russia

Chernyshev B.V.
PhD in Biology, Head of Center for Neurocognitive Research (MEG-Center), Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia

Chernysheva E.G.
Cand. Sci. in Biology, Head of Study Laboratory of Encephalography and Polygraphic Diagnostic Methods, Department of Psychophysiology, Faculty of Psychology, NRU Higher School of Economics, Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychophysiology, Faculty of Psychology, NRU Higher School of Economics, Russia

Ivanov M.V.
Junior Research Associate, Research and Study Group of Cognitive Psychophysiology, NRU Higher School of Economics, Manager, Department of Psychophysiology, Faculty of Psychology, NRU Higher School of Economics, Russia

The present study was aimed to reveal interconnections between temperamental traits and auditory attention in the task requiring integration of stimuli and response features. It was found that task performance was related to Extraversion (EPI 1), Neuroticism (EPI 2), Emotional reactivity (FCB-TI 4), Activity (FCB-TI 6), Social ergonicity (STQ 2), Tempo (STQ 5) and Emotionality (STQ 7), which are manifested in constant energetic characteristics of behavior and emotional patterns. The results were interpreted within the framework of the resource approach. Temperament was regarded as an indicator of basic level of arousal, which determines the amount of resources available for feature integration.

Keywords: auditory attention, feature integration, “event files”, temperament, arousal, resource approach

Column: Psychology of Perception

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