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Electrophysiological correlates of self-specific prediction errors in the human brain

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When you smile, the world smiles at you: ERP evidence for self-expression effects on face processing

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The Emotional Homunculus: ERP Evidence for Independent Somatosensory Responses during Facial Emotional Processing

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How the Emotional Content of Discourse Affects Language Comprehension

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Encouraging Expressions Affect the Brain and Alter Visual Attention

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