Author: Whalen, Paul J.; Kagan, Jerome; Cook, Robert G.; Davis, F. Caroline; Kim, Hackjin; Polis, Sara; McLaren, Donald G.; Somerville, Leah H.; McLean, Ashly A.; Maxwell, Jeffrey S.; Johnstone, Tom
Description: The human amygdala has been shown to be activated robustly by fearful facial expressions in neuroimaging studies, even when expressions are presented with backward masking techniques that decrease the temporal availability of facial expression information and mitigate subjective awareness of their presence.
Subject headings: Adult; Amygdala; Facial Expression; Fear; Female; Happiness; Humans; Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Male; Pattern Recognition; Visual; Perceptual Masking; Sclera; Brain
Publication year: 2004
Journal or book title: Science
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