Fleeting images: rapid affect discrimination in the visual cortex.

@article{Junghfer2006FleetingIR,
  title={Fleeting images: rapid affect discrimination in the visual cortex.},
  author={Markus Jungh{\"o}fer and Dean Sabatinelli and Margaret M. Bradley and Harald T. Schupp and Thomas Elbert and Peter J. Lang},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2006},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={
          225-9
        }
}
Converging electrophysiological and hemodynamic findings indicate sensory processing of emotional pictures is preferred to that of neutral pictures. Whereas neuroimaging studies of emotional picture perception have employed stimulus durations lasting several seconds, recent electrocortical investigations report early visual cortical discrimination between emotionally arousing and neutral picture processing. Here, we use a hybrid picture presentation paradigm covering a range of rapid… CONTINUE READING

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