Dance and emotion in posterior parietal cortex: A low-frequency rTMS study
Brain Stimulation, 05/25/2012Grosbras MH et al.
These results establish a direct link between posterior parietal cortex activity and emotional reaction to dance. They can be interpreted in the framework of competition between resources allocated to emotion and resources allocated to cognitive functions. They highlight potential use of brain stimulation in neuro–æsthetic investigations.
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