Rapid extraction of emotion regularities from complex scenes in the human brain

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Affiliated institutions: Universiteit Gent, Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE)

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    Adaptive behavior requires the rapid extraction of behaviorally relevant information in the environment, with particular emphasis on emotional cues. H...

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