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Cerebral correlates of varying ages of emotional memories.
Neuropsychological effects of hostility and pain on emotion perception.
The relationship between magnitude of cerebral activation and intensity of emotional arousal.
Asymmetry in the emotional content of lateralised multimodal hallucinations following right thalamic stroke.
Emotion and pain: a functional cerebral systems integration.
Brain lateralization of emotional processing: historical roots and a future incorporating "dominance".
Lateralized visual hallucinations: an analysis of affective valence.
Emotional influences on spatial attention.
Extending the functional cerebral systems theory of emotion to the vestibular modality: a systematic and integrative approach.
Hostility and facial affect recognition: effects of a cold pressor stressor on accuracy and cardiovascular reactivity.
An extension of the functional cerebral systems approach to hostility: a capacity model utilizing a dual concurrent task paradigm.
The dynamic opponent relativity model: an integration and extension of capacity theory and existing theoretical perspectives on the neuropsychology of arousal and emotion.
Hostility and cognitive control: Evidence of increased cardiovascular reactivity as a function of exposure to affective stress using a dichotic listening paradigm.