Neuroimaging methods in affective neuroscience : Selected methodological issues

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JUNGHÖFER, Markus, Peter PEYK, Tobias FLAISCH, Harald Thomas SCHUPP, 2006. Neuroimaging methods in affective neuroscience : Selected methodological issues. In: ANDERS, Silke, ed. and others. Understanding emotions. Amsterdam:Elsevier, pp. 123-143. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S0079-6123(06)56007-8

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