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S-I: Information about basic emotions (as a proxy of facial expressions) rated by specific emotion ratings.

S-II. Context effects qualified by arousal ratings.

S-III. Method: Type I error control using “temporal contiguity threshold.”

S-IV. Overlapping areas commonly activated by FACE+CONTEXT and FACE pictures.

S-V. Sensitivity analysis: Threshold for discrimination for FACE+CONTEXT and FACE results.

S-VI. Sensitivity analysis: Anatomical amygdala ROI analysis.

Table S1. Overlapping regions associated with both FACE+CONTEXT and FACE stimuli.

Figure S1. Discrimination for FACE+CONTEXT and FACE in the functional ROIs (Context × Time).

Figure S2. Discrimination for FACE+CONTEXT and FACE in the functional ROIs (Context × Intensity).

Figure S3. Discrimination for FACE+CONTEXT and FACE in the functional ROIs (Context × Time × Valence).

Figure S4. ROI analysis using anatomically defined amygdala ROI.

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