Age related differences in the recognition of facial expression: Evidence from EEG event-related brain oscillations
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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 is important to better understand the underlying mechanisms of emotional processes. The aim of this study is to investigate changes in FE recognition due to normal aging using the EEG-Brain Oscillations approach.
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