Neuronal chronometry of emotional attention: early interactive effects of brightness and emotion

Antonio Schettino, Andreas Keil, Emanuele Porcu & Matthias Müller
The rapid extraction of affective cues from the visual environment is crucial for flexible behavior. Numerous event-related potential (ERP) studies have reported emotion-related amplitude changes of two components originating in extrastriate visual areas, i.e., N1 and EPN. However, it is unclear how uncontrolled low-level visual properties of the stimuli may differentially affect these components and influence affective judgments. In the present ERP study, participants viewed original and bright versions of neutral and erotic IAPS pictures....
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