This research was financially supported in part by a scholarship from the G. A. Lienert-Foundation to J. Kayser and in part by grants from the Norwegran Research Council (NAVF) to K. Hugdahl. Raw data were collected during J. Kayser's work at the Psychophysiology Laboratory of the University of Bergen, Norway.
Event-related potential (ERP) asymmetries to emotional stimuli in a visual half-field paradigm
Article first published online: 30 JAN 2007
Volume 34, Issue 4, pages 414–426, July 1997
How to Cite
KAYSER, J., TENKE, C., NORDBY, H., HAMMERBORG, D., HUGDAHL, K. and ERDMANN, G. (1997), Event-related potential (ERP) asymmetries to emotional stimuli in a visual half-field paradigm. Psychophysiology, 34: 414–426. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.1997.tb02385.x
We thank Hans-Jürgen Trosiener and Arild Vaksdal for their technical assistance during data collection, and Charles I. Brown for additional software support. We greatly appreciate helpful suggestions and comments from Gerard Bruder. David Friedman, and Douglas Potter on earlier versions of this manuscript.
- Issue published online: 30 JAN 2007
- Article first published online: 30 JAN 2007
- (Received April 9, 1996; Accepted November 13, 1996)
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