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Enhanced emotional response to both negative and positive images in post-traumatic stress disorder: Evidence from pupillometry / Aimee I. Mckinnon, Nicola Gray, Robert J. Snowden

Biological Psychology, Volume: 154, Start page: 107922

Swansea University Author: Nicola Gray

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Published in: Biological Psychology
ISSN: 0301-0511
Published: Elsevier BV 2020
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title Enhanced emotional response to both negative and positive images in post-traumatic stress disorder: Evidence from pupillometry
spellingShingle Enhanced emotional response to both negative and positive images in post-traumatic stress disorder: Evidence from pupillometry
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title_short Enhanced emotional response to both negative and positive images in post-traumatic stress disorder: Evidence from pupillometry
title_full Enhanced emotional response to both negative and positive images in post-traumatic stress disorder: Evidence from pupillometry
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