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The relationship between EEG prefrontal asymmetry and emotion following exercise deprivation in people with exercise addiction

운동박탈에 따른 운동중독자의 정서적 변화에 대한 뇌 생리심리적 접근: EEG 대뇌반구비대칭활성화 차이지표 적용 연구

  • Kim, Sung-Woon (Dept. of Physical education, Kyungpook National University) ;
  • Kim, Han-Cheol (Dept. of Special Physical Education, Yeungnam University)
  • 김성운 (경북대학교 체육교육학과) ;
  • 김한철 (영남대학교 특수체육교육학과)
  • Received : 2016.09.02
  • Accepted : 2016.10.20
  • Published : 2016.10.28

Abstract

This study examined the neurophysiological mechanisms of exercise deprivation by investigating differences in emotion changes and EEG prefrontal asymmetry in relation with exercise. Twenty male undergraduate university students in the 23-27 age range, amateur marathon runners, were selected as the participants (n=20) and divided into one of two experimental conditions at random: (1) exercise deprivation group (n=10), and (2) non-exercise deprivation group (n=10). PANAS-X measurement and EEG measurement from F3 and F4 scalp sites were performed at pre-test, 3 days after exercise deprivation, and 5 days after exercise deprivation. Results revealed that participants of EDG significantly decreased a positive effect after exercise deprivation on EEG and self-reported measures, and showed an increased negative effect after exercise deprivation on self-reported measures. In contrast, participants of NEDG significantly increased positive feelings after exercise and showed a decreased negative effect after exercise on EEG and self-reported measures. Our results showed that exercise deprivation increasing negative emotion after exercise deprivation. The findings of this study suggest that EEG frontal brain asymmetry can be used as diagnosing method for exercise deprivation.

Keywords

운동박탈;운동중독자;긍정적 정서;부정적 정서;전두대뇌반구비대칭 차이지표

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국학술진흥재단

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