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Enhanced embodied response following ambiguous emotional processing

Bibliographic reference Beffara, Brice ; Ouellet, Marc ; Vermeulen, Nicolas ; Basu, Anamitra ; Morisseau, Tiffany ; et. al. Enhanced embodied response following ambiguous emotional processing. In: Cognitive Processing : international quarterly of cognitive science, Vol. 13, no. Suppl 1, p. 103-106 (2012)
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