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Freezing Behavior as a Response to Sexual Visual Stimuli as Demonstrated by Posturography

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Posturographic changes in motivational conditions remain largely unexplored in the context of embodied cognition. Over the last decade, sexual motivation has been used as a good canonical working model to study motivated social interactions. The objective of this study was to explore posturographic variations in response to visual sexual videos as compared to neutral videos. Our results support demonstration of a freezing-type response in response to sexually explicit stimuli compared to other conditions, as demonstrated by significantly decreased standard deviations for (i) the center of pressure displacement along the mediolateral and anteroposterior axes and (ii) center of pressure's displacement surface. These results support the complexity of the motor correlates of sexual motivation considered to be a canonical functional context to study the motor correlates of motivated social interactions.

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hal-03649702 , version 1 (22-04-2022)

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Harold Mouras, Thierry Lelard, Said Ahmaidi, Olivier Godefroy, Pierre Krystkowiak. Freezing Behavior as a Response to Sexual Visual Stimuli as Demonstrated by Posturography. PLoS ONE, 2015, 10 (5), ⟨10.1371/journal.pone.0127097⟩. ⟨hal-03649702⟩
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