Affective reactions to briefly presented pictures.

  title={Affective reactions to briefly presented pictures.},
  author={Maurizio Codispoti and Margaret M. Bradley and Peter J. Lang},
  volume={38 3},
Affective reactions to briefly presented pictures were investigated to determine whether fleeting stimuli engage the motivational systems mediating emotional responses. Emotional and neutral pictures were presented for 500 ms; heart rate, skin conductance, corrugator EMG, and the evoked startle reflex were measured. The time course of reflex modulation was similar to that obtained with longer (6 s) presentations, suggesting that picture processing continues in the absence of a sensory stimulus… CONTINUE READING

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