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PubMedID 24526187
Title Valence-specific conflict moderation in the dorso-medial PFC and the caudate head in emotional speech.
Free Keywords Adult, Anger, physiology, Caudate Nucleus, physiology, Communication, Conflict (Psychology), Expressed Emotion, physiology, Female, Happiness, Humans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Nonverbal Communication, Prefrontal Cortex, physiology, Psychomotor Performance, physiology, Speech, physiology, Young Adult
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Last Modified Date Feb 26, 2019 10:48:53
Created Date Feb 26, 2019 10:48:53
Contributor Taiki Nishioka (Tnishioka)
Item Type Paper
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Author
Kotz SA
Dengler R
Wittfoth M
Journal Social cognitive and affective neuroscience
Publication Year 2015
Volume 10
Number 2
Page 165-71
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/ Public / Imaging Method / MRI
/ Public / Brain Function / Language / Hearing
/ Public / Brain Function / Emotion / Face/Voice
/ Public / Task / Decision (e.g. Discrimination, Matching)
/ Public / Stimulation / Modality / Auditory
/ Public / Stimulation / Material / Word
/ Public / Brain Area / Frontal lobe / Prefrontal area (BA9, 10, 11, 46, 47)
/ Public / Brain Area / Basal ganglia (Caudate nucleus, Putamen, Globus pallidus, Subthalamic nuclei, Substantial nigra)
/ Public / Subject / Nomal
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