Dissimilar processing of emotional facial expressions in human and monkey temporal cortex

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Emotional facial expressions play an important role in social communication across primates. Despite major progress made in our understanding of categorical information processing such as for objects and faces, little is known, however, about how the primate brain evolved to process emotional cues. In this study, we used functional magnetic resonance… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.10.083

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@article{Zhu2013DissimilarPO, title={Dissimilar processing of emotional facial expressions in human and monkey temporal cortex}, author={Qi Zhu and Koen Nelissen and Jan Van den Stock and François-Laurent De Winter and Karl Pauwels and B{\'e}atrice de Gelder and Wim Vanduffel and Mathieu Vandenbulcke}, journal={NeuroImage}, year={2013}, volume={66}, pages={402-11} }