The neural basis of narrative imagery : emotion and action

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SABATINELLI, Dean, Peter J. LANG, Margaret M. BRADLEY, Tobias FLAISCH, 2006. The neural basis of narrative imagery : emotion and action. In: ANDERS, Silke, ed. and others. Understanding emotions. Amsterdam:Elsevier, pp. 93-103

@incollection{Sabatinelli2006neura-10224, title={The neural basis of narrative imagery : emotion and action}, year={2006}, number={156}, address={Amsterdam}, publisher={Elsevier}, series={Progress in Brain Research}, booktitle={Understanding emotions}, pages={93--103}, editor={Anders, Silke}, author={Sabatinelli, Dean and Lang, Peter J. and Bradley, Margaret M. and Flaisch, Tobias} }

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