Probing affective pictures : attended startle and tone probes

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CUTHBERT, Bruce N., Harald Thomas SCHUPP, Margaret BRADLEY, Mark MCMANIS, Peter J. LANG, 1998. Probing affective pictures : attended startle and tone probes. In: Psychophysiology. 35, pp. 344-347. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0048577298970536

@article{Cuthbert1998Probi-11111, title={Probing affective pictures : attended startle and tone probes}, year={1998}, doi={10.1017/S0048577298970536}, volume={35}, journal={Psychophysiology}, pages={344--347}, author={Cuthbert, Bruce N. and Schupp, Harald Thomas and Bradley, Margaret and McManis, Mark and Lang, Peter J.} }

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