Quantifying deficits in the perception of fear and anger in morphed facial expressions after bilateral amygdala damage

@article{Graham2007QuantifyingDI,
  title={Quantifying deficits in the perception of fear and anger in morphed facial expressions after bilateral amygdala damage},
  author={Reiko Graham and Orrin Devinsky and Kevin S. LaBar},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2007},
  volume={45},
  pages={42-54}
}
Amygdala damage has been associated with impairments in perceiving facial expressions of fear. However, deficits in perceiving other emotions, such as anger, and deficits in perceiving emotion blends have not been definitively established. One possibility is that methods used to index expression perception are susceptible to heuristic use, which may obscure impairments. To examine this, we adapted a task used to examine categorical perception of morphed facial expressions [Etcoff, N. L… CONTINUE READING
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