Face-elicited ERPs and affective attitude: brain electric microstate and tomography analyses

@article{Pizzagalli2000FaceelicitedEA,
  title={Face-elicited ERPs and affective attitude: brain electric microstate and tomography analyses},
  author={Diego A. Pizzagalli and Dietrich Lehmann and Thomas Koenig and M. Regard and Roberto D. Pascual-Marqui},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={111},
  pages={521-531}
}
OBJECTIVES Although behavioral studies have demonstrated that normative affective traits modulate the processing of facial and emotionally charged stimuli, direct electrophysiological evidence for this modulation is still lacking. METHODS Event-related potential (ERP) data associated with personal, traitlike approach- or withdrawal-related attitude (assessed post-recording and 14 months later) were investigated in 18 subjects during task-free (i.e. unrequested, spontaneous) emotional… CONTINUE READING
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