Neural correlates of conscious and unconscious perception of self-faces
Priority of the “Self” is thought to be evolutionarily advantageous. However,
evidence for this priority has been sparse. Capitalizing on a recently developed experimental tool (masked priming), able to reveal unconscious processes, I present new empirical data supporting, and further characterizing, the notion of self-specificity.
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