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Functional imaging with low-resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA): a review.
This paper reviews several recent publications that have successfully used the functional brain imaging method known as LORETA. Emphasis is placed on the electrophysiological and neuroanatomicalExpand
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From emotion perception to emotion experience: emotions evoked by pictures and classical music.
Most previous neurophysiological studies evoked emotions by presenting visual stimuli. Models of the emotion circuits in the brain have for the most part ignored emotions arising from musicalExpand
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Frequency Correlates in Grapheme-Color Synaesthesia
Individuals with synaesthesia experience certain stimuli in more than one sensory modality. Most common is the linkage of letters and digits (graphemes) to colors. Whereas synaesthesia might beExpand
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Neural Correlate of Spatial Presence in an Arousing and Noninteractive Virtual Reality: An EEG and Psychophysiology Study
Using electroencephalography (EEG), psychophysiology, and psychometric measures, this is the first study which investigated the neurophysiological underpinnings of spatial presence. Expand
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Functional imaging with low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA) : review, new comparisons, and new validation
This paper provides a review of several recent publications that have successfully used the functional brain imaging method known as LORETA. Special emphasis is given to: (1) the electrophysiologicalExpand
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Brain areas and time course of emotional processing
The aims of the present study were to identify brain regions involved in emotional processing as well as to follow the time sequence of these processes in the millisecond-range resolution using low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA). Expand
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Time course of neural activity correlated with colored-hearing synesthesia.
Synesthesia is defined as the involuntary and automatic perception of a stimulus in 2 or more sensory modalities (i.e., cross-modal linkage). Colored-hearing synesthetes experience colors whenExpand
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Pre-reflective and reflective self-reference: A spatiotemporal EEG analysis
Functional imaging studies consistently support the role of the medial prefrontal cortex to be a part of a functional network of reflective self-awareness. Expand
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Brain activation during fast driving in a driving simulator: the role of the lateral prefrontal cortex
Little is currently known about the neural underpinnings of the cognitive control of driving behavior in realistic situations and of the driver's speeding behavior in particular. In this study,Expand
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Synaesthesia: When coloured sounds taste sweet
Synaesthesia is the involuntary physical experience of a cross-modal linkage — for example, hearing a tone (the inducing stimulus) evokes an additional sensation of seeing a colour (concurrentExpand
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