Gewnhi Park
Gewnhi Park
Professor of Psychology, Hope College
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From the heart to the mind: cardiac vagal tone modulates top-down and bottom-up visual perception and attention to emotional stimuli
G Park, JF Thayer
Frontiers in psychology 5, 278, 2014
When tonic cardiac vagal tone predicts changes in phasic vagal tone: The role of fear and perceptual load
G Park, MW Vasey, JJ Van Bavel, JF Thayer
Psychophysiology 51 (5), 419-426, 2014
Cardiac vagal tone is correlated with selective attention to neutral distractors under load
G Park, MW Vasey, JJ Van Bavel, JF Thayer
Psychophysiology 50 (4), 398-406, 2013
Cardiac vagal tone predicts inhibited attention to fearful faces.
G Park, JJ Van Bavel, MW Vasey, JF Thayer
Emotion 12 (6), 1292, 2012
Cardiac vagal tone predicts attentional engagement to and disengagement from fearful faces.
G Park, JJ Van Bavel, MW Vasey, JF Thayer
Emotion 13 (4), 645, 2013
At the heart of morality lies neuro-visceral integration: Lower cardiac vagal tone predicts utilitarian moral judgment
G Park, A Kappes, Y Rho, JJ Van Bavel
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (10), 1588-1596, 2016
Clinical implications of quantitative electroencephalography and current source density in patients with Alzheimer’s disease
JS Kim, SH Lee, G Park, S Kim, SM Bae, DW Kim, CH Im
Brain topography 25 (4), 461-474, 2012
From the heart to the mind's eye: Cardiac vagal tone is related to visual perception of fearful faces at high spatial frequency
G Park, JJ Van Bavel, MW Vasey, EJL Egan, JF Thayer
Biological Psychology 90 (2), 171-178, 2012
Gender difference in event related potentials to masked emotional stimuli in the oddball task
EY Kim, SH Lee, G Park, S Kim, I Kim, JH Chae, HT Kim
Psychiatry investigation 10 (2), 164, 2013
Trait anxiety is associated with negative interpretations when resolving valence ambiguity of surprised faces
G Park, MW Vasey, G Kim, DD Hu, JF Thayer
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1164, 2016
Psychophysiological markers of anxiety disorders and anxiety symptoms
SH Lee, GH Park, VV Kalinin
Anxiety disorders, 203-226, 2011
Individual differences in cardiac vagal tone are associated with differential neural responses to facial expressions at different spatial frequencies: an ERP and sLORETA study
G Park, E Moon, DW Kim, SH Lee
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 12 (4), 777-793, 2012
Early visual processing for low spatial frequency fearful face is correlated with cortical volume in patients with schizophrenia
JS Lee, G Park, MJ Song, KH Choi, SH Lee
Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment 12, 1, 2016
Social groups prioritize selective attention to faces: How social identity shapes distractor interference
G Park, JJ Van Bavel, LBK Hill, DWP Williams, JF Thayer
PloS one 11 (8), e0161426, 2016
Influence of spatial frequency and emotion expression on face processing in patients with panic disorder
M Shim, DW Kim, S Yoon, G Park, CH Im, SH Lee
Journal of affective disorders 197, 159-166, 2016
The effects of horizontal eye movement on mental health indices and psychophysiological activities in healthy subjects
KM Choi, JA Min, GH Park, SH Lee, JH Chae
Korean Journal of Biological Psychiatry 18 (3), 148-158, 2011
A Study of a comfortable ride for ATO train control system in a driverless operation
GS Park, JY Kim, CJ Park, SH Lee, MS Ryou
Proceedings of the KSR Conference, 2292-2299, 2011
Minds Make Societies: How Cognition Explains the World Humans Create
G Park
Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 71 (3), 195-199, 2019
Enhanced Memory for Fair-Related Faces and the Role of Trait Anxiety
G Park, BU Marsh, EJ Johnson
Frontiers in psychology 10, 760, 2019
Religiously oriented mindfulness for social workers: effects on mindfulness, heart rate variability, and personal burnout
RC Trammel, G Park, I Karlsson
Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought 40 (1), 19-38, 2021
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