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Consumer neuroscience to inform consumers-physiological methods to identify attitude formation related to over-consumption and environmental damage 14 14 0
Non-conscious brain processes revealed by magnetoencephalography (MEG) 24 23 1
Robot emotions generated and modulated by visual features of the environment 315 279 14
Food-evoked changes in humans: startle response modulation and event-related brain potentials (ERPs) 98 95 0
Dissociation of reversal- and motor-related delta- and alpha-band responses during visual multistable perception 30 29 0
Dysfunctional incidental olfaction in Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI): an electroencephalography (EEG) study 6 6 0
Objective measures of emotion related to brand attitude: a new way to quantify emotion-related aspects relevant to marketing 14 13 1
Neuroimaging for the affective brain sciences, and its role in advancing consumer neuroscience 24 24 0
Odours influence visually induced emotion: behavior and neuroimaging 50 47 0
Neuroimaging helps to clarify brain affective processing without necessarily clarifying emotions 28 28 0
Towards improved ways of knowing children with profound multiple disabilities: introducing startle reflex modulation 19 19 0
Objective measures of emotion during virtual walks through urban environments 3 3 0
The future of psychology as an open access journal welcoming applied neuroscience (editorial) 1 1 0
Emotion ownership: different effects on explicit ratings and implicit responses 1 1 0
The human mind and the behavior it generates are relevant to everything that is important: psychologyis more crucial than ever before (editorial) 0 0 0
Clinical neuroscience: towards a better understanding of non-conscious versus conscious processes involved in impulsive aggressive behaviours and pornography viewership 0 0 0
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