Making Food Decisions Together : Physiological and Affective Underpinnings of Relinquishing Preferences and Reaching Decisions

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Stevanovic , M , Tuhkanen , S , Jarvensivu , M , Koskinen , E , Lindholm , C , Paananen , J , Savander , E , Valkeapaa , T & Valkiaranta , K 2022 , ' Making Food Decisions Together : Physiological and Affective Underpinnings of Relinquishing Preferences and Reaching Decisions ' , SAGE Open , vol. 12 , no. 1 , 21582440221078010 . https://doi.org/10.1177/21582440221078010

Title: Making Food Decisions Together : Physiological and Affective Underpinnings of Relinquishing Preferences and Reaching Decisions
Author: Stevanovic, Melisa; Tuhkanen, Samuel; Jarvensivu, Milla; Koskinen, Emmi; Lindholm, Camilla; Paananen, Jenny; Savander, Eniko; Valkeapaa, Taina; Valkiaranta, Kaisa
Contributor organization: Faculty Common Matters (Faculty of Social Sciences)
Helsinki Inequality Initiative (INEQ)
Facing Narcissism
Department of Digital Humanities
Cognitive Science
TRU (Traffic Research Unit)
Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies
Sociology
Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts
Date: 2022-01
Language: eng
Number of pages: 15
Belongs to series: SAGE Open
ISSN: 2158-2440
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/21582440221078010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/341358
Abstract: We used a novel interdisciplinary experimental paradigm where two types of dyads-15 dyads with one depressed and one non-depressed participant and 15 dyads with two non-depressed participants-engaged in a series of food-decision-making tasks. We examined how different communicative events during the decision-making process were reflected in the affective responses of the interacting participants, as indicated in their skin conductance (SC) response rates. The participants' SC response rates were found to be higher during the emergence of the final decision, compared to the other segments during the process. Furthermore, relinquishing one's initially expressed preferences was associated with SC response rates higher than the baseline. However, during the relinquishment segments, there was a negative interaction between depression diagnosis and SC response rates, which suggests that, compared to their non-depressed comparisons, it is affectively less arousing for the participants with depression to give up their previously expressed preferences.
Subject: joint decision making
skin conductance
affective arousal
relinquishment
depression
MAJOR DEPRESSION
NEGOTIATION
PROPOSAL
EMOTION
ADOLESCENTS
RESISTANCE
RESPONSES
SCALE
WORK
5200 Other social sciences
Peer reviewed: Yes
Rights: cc_by
Usage restriction: openAccess
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