Impact of Gender on the Neurological Measures of Attention and Cognition


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Running head: GENDER EMOTION
Impact of Gender on the Neurological Measures of Attention and Cognition
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Neurological measurement of emotion presents scientists the opportunity to understand if not the reasons for emotions, at the very least the emotion itself. Through electromagnetic imaging, emotions can be seen to be experienced in different ways by different people. Gerontological populations may be measured at different emotional register levels based upon a certain stimulus; adolescent populations may demonstrate very different emotional levels as well. Indeed, Miklowitz and Cicchetti (2006) believe that scientists are only now beginning to understand the way the...
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