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P1 and N170 components distinguish human-like and animal-like makeup stimuli

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P1 and N170 components distinguish human-like and animal-like makeup stimuli

Auteurs : SHUWEI LUO [République populaire de Chine] ; WENBO LUO [République populaire de Chine] ; WEIQI HE [République populaire de Chine] ; XU CHEN [République populaire de Chine] ; YUEJIA LUO [République populaire de Chine]

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Abstract

This study used event-related potentials to investigate the sensitivity of P1 and N170 components to human-like and animal-like makeup stimuli, which were derived from pictures of Peking opera characters. As predicted, human-like makeup stimuli elicited larger P1 and N170 amplitudes than did animal-like makeup stimuli. Interestingly, a right hemisphere advantage was observed for human-like but not for animal-like makeup stimuli. Dipole source analyses of 130-200-ms window showed that the bilateral fusiform face area may contribute to the differential sensitivity of the N170 component in response to human-like and animal-like makeup stimuli. The present study suggests that the amplitudes of both the P1 and the N170 are sensitive for the mouth component of face-like stimuli.


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