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Fig. 2. From: The role of the amygdala in implicit evaluation of emotionally neutral faces.

Scatter plots of the variance accounted for by the valence component in each of 14 trait judgments and the variance accounted for by these judgments in the amygdala's response to emotionally neutral faces (A for right and B for left amygdala).

Alexander Todorov, et al. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2008 December;3(4):303-312.
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Fig. 3. From: The role of the amygdala in implicit evaluation of emotionally neutral faces.

The relation between the response in regions in temporal and occipital cortices to emotionally neutral faces and variations of these faces on trait dimensions. Coronal brain slices showing face-responsive voxels in right superior occipital gyrus (A), bilateral fusiform gyri (B) and right middle temporal/occipital gyrus (C). An intensity color plot showing correlations between the response in these regions to emotionally neutral faces and trait judgments of these faces (D). The first four columns show zero-order correlations and the second four columns show partial correlations controlling for the valence content of the judgments. The traits are ordered according to their correlations with the valence component (Table 1).

Alexander Todorov, et al. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2008 December;3(4):303-312.
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Fig. 1. From: The role of the amygdala in implicit evaluation of emotionally neutral faces.

The relation between the amygdala's response to emotionally neutral faces and variations of these faces on trait dimensions. A coronal brain slice showing face responsive voxels in bilateral amygdala (A). An intensity color plot showing correlations between the response in left and right amygdalae to faces and trait judgments of these faces (B). The first two columns show zero-order correlations and the fourth and fifth columns show partial correlations controlling for the valence content of the judgments. The third column shows the correlations between trait judgments and a valence component derived from a principal components analysis of the judgments. The traits are ordered according to their correlations with the valence component (Table 1). Scatter plots of the amygdala's response to faces (C for right and D for left) and their values on the valence component. Each point represents a face.

Alexander Todorov, et al. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2008 December;3(4):303-312.

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