Our recent work, “Whose emotion is it? Perspective matters to understand brain-body interactions in emotions”, has now been published in NeuroImage.
In this project, which was done in collaboration with Julie Grèzes, we explored the role of Heartbeat Evoked Potentials in Self-Other distinction and subjective emotional experience. By using combined EEG with various physiological measures and subjective ratings, we could demonstrate that HERs i) play a role in distinguishing our own from someone else’s perspective and ii) that HERs can predict how we will feel in response to seeing affective images, but not how we think someone else is feeling.
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