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Impairment in recognition of emotional facial expressions in Alzheimer's disease is represented by EEG theta and alpha responses
(Blackwell Publishing Inc., 2019)
Behavioral studies have shown that the recognition of facial expressions may be impaired in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). The identification and recognition of a facial expression might be represented by event-related ...
Time irreversibility of resting-state activity in the healthy brain and pathology
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2020)
Characterizing brain activity at rest is of paramount importance to our understanding both of general principles of brain functioning and of the way brain dynamics is affected in the presence of neurological or psychiatric ...
Age related differences in the recognition of facial expression: Evidence from EEG event-related brain oscillations
(Elsevier B.V., 2020)
Facial Expression (FE) recognition is a major marker of emotional ability. Behavioral studies show that FE recognition ability decreases with aging. Studying how event-related brain oscillations change with normal aging ...