Affective picture perception : gender differences in visual cortex?

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SABATINELLI, Dean, Tobias FLAISCH, Margaret M. BRADLEY, Jeffrey R. FITZSIMMONS, Peter J. LANG, 2004. Affective picture perception : gender differences in visual cortex?. In: NeuroReport. 15, pp. 1109-1112

@article{Sabatinelli2004Affec-11091, title={Affective picture perception : gender differences in visual cortex?}, year={2004}, doi={10.1097/00001756-200405190-00005}, volume={15}, journal={NeuroReport}, pages={1109--1112}, author={Sabatinelli, Dean and Flaisch, Tobias and Bradley, Margaret M. and Fitzsimmons, Jeffrey R. and Lang, Peter J.} }

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