Responses of single neurons in monkey amygdala to facial and vocal emotions.

Abstract

The face and voice can independently convey the same information about emotion. When we see an angry face or hear an angry voice, we can perceive a person's anger. These two different sensory cues are interchangeable in this sense. However, it is still unclear whether the same group of neurons process signals for facial and vocal emotions. We recorded… (More)

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@article{Kuraoka2007ResponsesOS, title={Responses of single neurons in monkey amygdala to facial and vocal emotions.}, author={Koji Kuraoka and Katsuki Nakamura}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2007}, volume={97 2}, pages={1379-87} }