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Guidelines for using human event-related potentials to study cognition: recording standards and publication criteria.
Event-related potentials (ERPs) recorded from the human scalp can provide important information about how the human brain normally processes information and about how this processing may go awry inExpand
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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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Is 2+2=4? Meta-analyses of brain areas needed for numbers and calculations
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An updated topographical brain atlas of mental arithmetic with improved interpretative power. Expand
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Inversion and Contrast Polarity Reversal Affect both Encoding and Recognition Processes of Unfamiliar Faces: A Repetition Study Using ERPs
Using ERPs in a face recognition task, we investigated whether inversion and contrast reversal, which seem to disrupt different aspects of face configuration, differentially affected encoding andExpand
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N170 or N1? Spatiotemporal differences between object and face processing using ERPs.
The ERP component N170 is face-sensitive, yet its specificity for faces is controversial. We recorded ERPs while subjects viewed upright and inverted faces and seven object categories. Peak,Expand
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Effects of repetition learning on upright, inverted and contrast-reversed face processing using ERPs
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The effects of short-term learning on memory for inverted, contrast-reversed and upright faces were investigated using event-related potentials (ERPs) in a target/nontarget discrimination task following a learning phase. 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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Source analysis of the N170 to faces and objects
To clarify the neural sources for the face-sensitive N170, ERPs were recorded in 16 subjects viewing upright and inverted faces, and compared to seven object categories. Source analyses wereExpand
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Eyes first! Eye processing develops before face processing in children
Faces and eyes are critical social stimuli which adults process with ease, but how this expertise develops is not yet understood. Neural changes associated with face and eye processing wereExpand
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Non-spatial attentional effects on P1
  • M. Taylor
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Clinical Neurophysiology
  • 1 December 2002
OBJECTIVE It has been suggested that P1, the earliest endogenous visual potential, is influenced primarily by spatial location. However, we have found that attention to non-spatial visual featuresExpand
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