Emotion Processing in the Visual Brain : A MEG Analysis


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PEYK, Peter, Harald Thomas SCHUPP, Thomas ELBERT, Markus JUNGHÖFER, 2008. Emotion Processing in the Visual Brain : A MEG Analysis. In: Brain topography. 20(4), pp. 205-215

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