Abstract Representations of Emotions Perceived From the Face, Body, and Whole-Person Expressions in the Left Postcentral Gyrus

@inproceedings{Cao2018AbstractRO,
  title={Abstract Representations of Emotions Perceived From the Face, Body, and Whole-Person Expressions in the Left Postcentral Gyrus},
  author={Linjing Cao and Junhai Xu and Xiaoli Yang and Xianglin Li and Baolin Liu},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2018}
}
Emotions can be perceived through the face, body, and whole-person, while previous studies on the abstract representations of emotions only focused on the emotions of the face and body. It remains unclear whether emotions can be represented at an abstract level regardless of all three sensory cues in specific brain regions. In this study, we used the representational similarity analysis (RSA) to explore the hypothesis that the emotion category is independent of all three stimulus types and can… CONTINUE READING
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