Brain processes in emotional perception : motivated attention


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SCHUPP, Harald Thomas, Bruce N. CUTHBERT, Margaret M. BRADLEY, Charles H. HILLMAN, Alfons HAMM, Peter J. LANG, 2004. Brain processes in emotional perception : motivated attention. In: Cognition and Emotion. 18, pp. 593-611

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