Britta U. Westner

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Research has identified appetitive aggression, i.e., the perception of committed, violent acts as appealing, exciting and fascinating, as a common phenomenon within populations living in precarious and violent circumstances. Investigating demobilized soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) demonstrated that violent offending is associated with(More)
Some studies suggest that the processing of darks benefits from greater neural resources in the visual system and potentially occurs faster. However, evidence from the human is still sparse, especially with respect to retinocortical interactions. We recorded retinal and cortical responses to 480 ms light flashes simultaneously with electroretinography (ERG)(More)
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