Happy and fearful emotion in cues and targets modulate event-related potential indices of gaze-directed attentional orienting.

@article{Fichtenholtz2007HappyAF,
  title={Happy and fearful emotion in cues and targets modulate event-related potential indices of gaze-directed attentional orienting.},
  author={Harlan M. Fichtenholtz and Joseph B. Hopfinger and Reiko Graham and Jacqueline M Detwiler and Kevin S. LaBar},
  journal={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={323-33}
}
The goal of the present study was to characterize the effects of valence in facial cues and object targets on event-related potential (ERPs) indices of gaze-directed orienting. Participants were shown faces at fixation that concurrently displayed dynamic gaze shifts and expression changes from neutral to fearful or happy emotions. Emotionally-salient target objects subsequently appeared in the periphery and were spatially congruent or incongruent with the gaze direction. ERPs were time-locked… CONTINUE READING
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