P1-14 Facial identity facilitates facial expression recognition: A high-density ERP study

@article{Komatsu2010P114FI,
  title={P1-14 Facial identity facilitates facial expression recognition: A high-density ERP study},
  author={Shota Komatsu and Katsuya Ogata and Shizuka Horie and Yuji Hakoda and Shozo Tobimatsu},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={121}
}
face of 18 persons (8 males and 10 females). Frontal and deviated faces were presented with a fixed gaze direction, followed by an apparent movement of eyes either toward the subject or away from the subject. Furthermore, eyes photographs with the apparent motion cut out from the face were also used as the stimulus. Subjects were eighteen student volunteers (8 males and 9 females). In ‘Direct gaze condition’, gaze direction moved toward the subject either from 30 degrees right or left location… CONTINUE READING
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