A hemispheric asymmetry for the unconscious perception of emotion.

@article{Smith2004AHA,
  title={A hemispheric asymmetry for the unconscious perception of emotion.},
  author={S. David Smith and M. Barbara Bulman-Fleming},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 3},
  pages={452-7}
}
Previous research has demonstrated that hemispheric asymmetries for conscious visual perception do not lead to asymmetries for unconscious visual perception. These studies utilized emotionally neutral items as stimuli. The current research utilized both emotionally negative and neutral stimuli to assess hemispheric differences for conscious and unconscious visual perception. Conscious perception was measured using a subjective measure of awareness reported by participants on each trial… CONTINUE READING

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