The Psychobiology of Affective Development

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This work was supported by USPHS Grants NS06209 and NS07615 to the Aphasia Research Center, and by Bio-Medical Research Support Grant 1-SO7RR07186-02 to Wellesley College. We are most grateful to Ronald van Gelder and William Rinn for their valuable input regarding the neuroanatomy of facial expression, to Marjorie Perlman for her insightful comments on the manuscript, and to Roger Ray and Priscilla Donaldson for their technical assistance.


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