Recognizing the emotional valence of names: An ERP study
Unlike common nouns, person names refer to unique entities and generally have a referring function. We used event-related potentials to investigate the time course of identifying the emotional meaning of nouns and names. The emotional valence of names and nouns were manipulated separately. The... Full description
|1st Person:||Wang, Lin|
|Additional Persons:||Zhu, Zude; Bastiaansen, Marcel C. M.; Hagoort, Peter; Yang, Yufang|
|Source:||in: Brain and Language (Orlando, Fla.: Academic Press, 2013), Vol. 125, p. 118-127|
|Type of Publication:||Article|
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Supplementary Table 2. A full list of nouns used in the experiment.
Supplementary Table 1. A full list of names used in the experiment.
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