All Relations between affective value and emotional

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B D Smith, M Meyers, R Kline, A Bozma. Hemispheric asymmetry and emotion: lateralized parietal processing of affect and cognition. Biological psychology vol 25 issue 3 1988 3503666 building upon recent studies of hemispheric asymmetry in emotion, the present study focused on the differential parietal processing of emotional stimuli under affective and cognitive conditions. 1988-12-21 2022-01-10 Not clear
G P Lee, D W Loring, K J Meador, H F Flanigin, B S Brook. Severe behavioral complications following intracarotid sodium amobarbital injection: implications for hemispheric asymmetry of emotion. Neurology vol 38 issue 8 1988 3399074 these findings suggest a special role for the left frontal region in the inhibition of affective expression and provide further evidence of the importance of right hemisphere mechanisms in emotion. 1988-08-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
M Meyers, B D Smit. Hemispheric asymmetry and emotion: effects of nonverbal affective stimuli. Biological psychology vol 22 issue 1 1986 3697454 hemispheric asymmetry and emotion: effects of nonverbal affective stimuli. 1986-06-10 2022-01-10 Not clear
G E Schwartz, R J Davidson, F Mae. Right hemisphere lateralization for emotion in the human brain: interactions with cognition. Science (New York, N.Y.) vol 190 issue 4211 1975 1179210 the data support the hypothesis that the right hemisphere has a special role in emotion in the intact brain, and that predictable patterning of hemispheric activity can occur when specific combinations of cognitive and affective processes interact. 1975-12-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
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