Published in Telemedicine Week, December 28th, 2004
Their research also indicates that other higher areas of the brain that are involved in deliberative thought processes can moderate the amygdala activity.
Their experiment, which suggests that the conscious brain can compensate for unconscious prejudices, assessed participants' reaction to faces displayed either subliminally, for three-hundredths of a second, or supraliminally, for slightly more than half a second.
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