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Visual-Gustatory Interaction: Orbitofrontal and Insular Cortices Mediate the Effect of High-Calorie Visual Food Cues on Taste Pleasantness

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Event-related responses.

(A) Exemplary group-averaged ERP waveforms from electrode Fz, Cz, and Pz. Taste onset is at time 0 ms. (B) Time course of group-averaged ERP waveforms from 64 electrodes to the taste stimuli (taste onset = at 0 ms) averaged across all conditions. (C) The temporal extent of the topographic map series is indicated as colored segments under the global field power curve. (D) Topographic maps (scaled to the maximum; top view) correspond to the temporal succession of segments in (C). Hot and cold colors reflect positive and negative ERP amplitudes, respectively.

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