Emotions... prefrontal cortex, one of the regions involved in emotional processing

Emotions... prefrontal cortex, one of the regions involved in emotional processing

02/06/2021 13:57:55 Author: Jackson Cionek

Near-infrared spectroscopy is non-invasive and particularly well suited for evaluating activity in the prefrontal cortex, one of the regions involved in emotional processing. More specific areas related to emotional processing, such as the frontopolar cortex, are easily accessible for measurements by NIRS, making the technique particularly suited to explore the emotional domain.

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