Neural correlates of emotion word processing: the interaction between emotional valence and arousal

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Citron, Francesca M. M.;
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Emotion is characterised by two-dimensions: emotional valence\ud describes the extent to which an emotion is positive or negative, and\ud arousal represents its intensity. Emotional content of verbal material\ud affects cognitive processing, although research on word re... View more
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