Looking at the face and seeing the whole body. Neural basis of combined face and body expressions

@inproceedings{Solanas2018LookingAT,
  title={Looking at the face and seeing the whole body. Neural basis of combined face and body expressions},
  author={Marta Poyo Solanas and Minye Zhan and M. J. Vaessen and Ruud Hortensius and Tahn{\'e}e Engelen and Beatrice de Gelder},
  booktitle={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  year={2018}
}
In the natural world, faces are not isolated objects but are rather encountered in the context of the whole body. Previous work has studied the perception of combined faces and bodies using behavioural and electrophysiological measurements, but the neural correlates of emotional face-body perception still remain unexplored. Here, we combined happy and fearful faces and bodies to investigate the influence of body expressions on the neural processing of the face, the effect of emotional ambiguity… CONTINUE READING
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