Peripheral vision and preferential emotion processing


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DE CESAREI, Andrea, Maurizio CODISPOTI, Harald Thomas SCHUPP, 2009. Peripheral vision and preferential emotion processing. In: NeuroReport. 20(16), pp. 1439-1443. ISSN 0959-4965. eISSN 1473-558X

@article{De Cesarei2009-10-28Perip-1380, title={Peripheral vision and preferential emotion processing}, year={2009}, doi={10.1097/WNR.0b013e3283317d3e}, number={16}, volume={20}, issn={0959-4965}, journal={NeuroReport}, pages={1439--1443}, author={De Cesarei, Andrea and Codispoti, Maurizio and Schupp, Harald Thomas} }

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