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The present study examined the differential contribution of cortical and subcortical brain structures in emotional processing by comparing patients with focal cortical lesions (n= 32) to those with primarily subcortical dysregulation of the basal ganglia (Parkinson's diseasen= 14). A standardized measure of emotional perception (Tübingen Affect Battery) was used. Only patients in the more advanced stages of Parkinson's disease and patients with focal damage to the (right) frontal lobe differeddoi:10.1155/1998/579029 pmid:11568400 fatcat:ituunee2w5avrky6r4g2rmcbqa