Adaptation to Emotional Conflict: Evidence from a Novel Face Emotion Paradigm

Abstract

The preponderance of research on trial-by-trial recruitment of affective control (e.g., conflict adaptation) relies on stimuli wherein lexical word information conflicts with facial affective stimulus properties (e.g., the face-Stroop paradigm where an emotional word is overlaid on a facial expression). Several studies, however, indicate different neural… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0075776

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