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Early processing of the six basic facial emotional expressions.
  • M. Batty, M. Taylor
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain research. Cognitive brain research
  • 1 October 2003
Facial emotions represent an important part of non-verbal communication used in everyday life. Recent studies on emotional processing have implicated differing brain regions for different emotions,Expand
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The development of emotional face processing during childhood.
Our facial expressions give others the opportunity to access our feelings, and constitute an important nonverbal tool for communication. Many recent studies have investigated emotional perception inExpand
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The Faces of Development: A Review of Early Face Processing over Childhood
The understanding of the adult proficiency in recognizing and extracting information from faces is still limited despite the number of studies over the last decade. Our knowledge on the developmentExpand
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Neural bases of eye and gaze processing: The core of social cognition
  • R. Itier, M. Batty
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
  • 1 June 2009
Eyes and gaze are very important stimuli for human social interactions. Recent studies suggest that impairments in recognizing face identity, facial emotions or in inferring attention and intentionsExpand
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Early processing of emotional faces in children with autism: An event-related potential study.
Social deficits are one of the most striking manifestations of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Among these social deficits, the recognition and understanding of emotional facial expressions hasExpand
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Visual categorization during childhood: an ERP study.
Categorization is a basic means of organizing the world around us and offers a simple way to process the mass of stimuli one perceives every day. The ability to categorize appears early in infancy,Expand
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Developmental changes in distinguishing concurrent auditory objects.
Children have considerable difficulties in identifying speech in noise. In the present study, we examined age-related differences in central auditory functions that are crucial for parsingExpand
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Event‐related potential and eye tracking evidence of the developmental dynamics of face processing
Although the wide neural network and specific processes related to faces have been revealed, the process by which face‐processing ability develops remains unclear. An interest in faces appears earlyExpand
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Early visual ERPs are influenced by individual emotional skills.
Processing information from faces is crucial to understanding others and to adapting to social life. Many studies have investigated responses to facial emotions to provide a better understanding ofExpand
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Facial Expression Related vMMN: Disentangling Emotional from Neutral Change Detection
Detection of changes in facial emotional expressions is crucial to communicate and to rapidly and automatically process possible threats in the environment. Recent studies suggest thatExpand
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