Impaired reception of nonverbal cues in women with premenstrual tension syndrome.

Title

Impaired reception of nonverbal cues in women with premenstrual tension syndrome.

Creator

Giannini A J; Sorger L G; Martin D M; Bates L

Publisher

The Journal of psychology

Date

1988
1988-11

Description

The ability to perceive nonverbal facial cues was tested in 30 White, middle-class females. Pre- and post-menses responses of 15 subjects diagnosed as having Premenstrual Tension Syndrome (PMS) were compared to the responses of age-matched controls. Each subject was asked to interpret videotaped facial cues of individuals engaged in a gambling task. Interpretive ability fluctuated during the menstrual cycle and was significantly impaired during the premenstrual phase.

Subject

*Facial Expression; Adult; Cues; Female; Gambling; Humans; Menstrual Cycle; Premenstrual Syndrome/*psychology; Videotape Recording

Rights

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Pages

591–596

Issue

6

Volume

122

Citation

Giannini A J; Sorger L G; Martin D M; Bates L, “Impaired reception of nonverbal cues in women with premenstrual tension syndrome.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed September 27, 2022, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/4084.

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