Brain oscillations evoked by the face of a loved person

@article{Basar2008BrainOE,
  title={Brain oscillations evoked by the face of a loved person},
  author={Erol Basar and Christina Schmiedt-Fehr and Onur Bayazit and Canan Basar-Eroglu},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1214},
  pages={105-115}
}
Previous studies have shown a close interrelation between emotional processing and memory processes using facial stimuli and applying the concept of oscillatory brain dynamics. Amending prior findings the influence of neural correlates related to the emotional state termed "romantic love" was investigated. Specifically, the effect of feelings of love on face perception was of interest. Pictures of a "loved person" were presented to female subjects and the elicited responses were compared with… CONTINUE READING
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