Gender differences in human single neuron responses to male emotional faces

  title={Gender differences in human single neuron responses to male emotional faces},
  author={Morgan Newhoff and David M Treiman and Kris A Smith and Peter N. Steinmetz},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
Well-documented differences in the psychology and behavior of men and women have spurred extensive exploration of gender's role within the brain, particularly regarding emotional processing. While neuroanatomical studies clearly show differences between the sexes, the functional effects of these differences are less understood. Neuroimaging studies have shown inconsistent locations and magnitudes of gender differences in brain hemodynamic responses to emotion. To better understand the… CONTINUE READING
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