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A Rapid Subcortical Amygdala Route for Faces Irrespective of Spatial Frequency and Emotion
There is significant controversy over the anatomical existence and potential function of a direct subcortical visual pathway to the amygdala. It is thought that this pathway rapidly transmits low spatial frequency information to the amygdala independently of the cortex and yet this function has never been causally determined. In this study, neural activity was measured using magnetoencephalography (MEG) while participants discriminated the gender of neutral and fearful faces filtered for low ordoi:10.1101/078097 fatcat:xxkzdf3esjepdjeq5ehuxn4ix4