Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial EMG study. Mavratzakis, A., Herbert, C., & Walla, P. NeuroImage, 124:931-946, 2016.
Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial EMG study. [link]Link  Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial EMG study. [link]Paper  bibtex   
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  author = {Mavratzakis, Aimee and Herbert, Cornelia and Walla, Peter},
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  ee = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.065},
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  journal = {NeuroImage},
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  pages = {931-946},
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  title = {Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial EMG study.},
  url = {http://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/neuroimage/neuroimage124.html#MavratzakisHW16},
  volume = 124,
  year = 2016
}
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