Supramodal representation of emotions.

  title={Supramodal representation of emotions.},
  author={Martin Klasen and Charles A. Kenworthy and Krystyna A. Mathiak and Tilo Kircher and Klaus Mathiak},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  volume={31 38},
Supramodal representation of emotion and its neural substrates have recently attracted attention as a marker of social cognition. However, the question whether perceptual integration of facial and vocal emotions takes place in primary sensory areas, multimodal cortices, or in affective structures remains unanswered yet. Using novel computer-generated stimuli, we combined emotional faces and voices in congruent and incongruent ways and assessed functional brain data (fMRI) during an emotional… CONTINUE READING
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