May 17, 2024

The neural signature of subjective disgust could apply to both sensory and socio-moral experiences

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Disgust is one of the six basic human emotions, along with happiness, sadness, fear, anger, and surprise. Disgust typically arises when a person perceives a sensory stimulus or situation as revolting, off-putting, or unpleasant in other ways.

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