Subject: conceptual processing | meaning access | Psychology | emotional words | Review | disembodied/embodied | superficial/deep | cerebral hemispheres
Emotional words are processed rapidly and automatically in the left hemisphere (LH) and slowly, with the involvement of attention, in the right hemisphere (RH). This review aims to find the reason for this difference and suggests that emotional words can be processed su... View more
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