Transient and sustained neural responses to death-related linguistic cues.


Recent research showed that perception of death-related vs death-unrelated linguistic cues produced increased frontoparietal activity but decreased insular activity. This study investigated (i) whether the increased frontoparietal and decreased insular activities are, respectively, associated with transient trial-specific processes of death-related… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/scan/nss034

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