Ambiguous emotion recognition in temporal lobe epilepsy: the role of expression intensity.

@article{Sedda2013AmbiguousER,
  title={Ambiguous emotion recognition in temporal lobe epilepsy: the role of expression intensity.},
  author={Anna Sedda and Davide Rivolta and Pina Scarpa and Michael Burt and Elisa Frigerio and Gabriele Zanardi and Ada Piazzini and Katherine M.E Turner and Maria Paola Canevini and Stefano Francione and Giorgio Lo Russo and Gabriella Bottini},
  journal={Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          452-63
        }
}
The lateralization of emotion processing is currently debated and may be further explored by examining facial expression recognition (FER) impairments in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE). Furthermore, there is also debate in the literature whether FER deficits in individuals with TLE are more pronounced in the right than in the left hemisphere. Individuals with TLE were tested with an FER task designed to be more sensitive than those classically used to shed light on this issue. A total of 25 right… CONTINUE READING
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