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They did it on a monkey. It was trained to pick up something with its left or right hand according to a signal. Then they split its brain and tested it. I can't remember all the details but the experiment did not bring more to the human experiments. If you are still interested I can find the link or article.
I love this kind of research because it shows how there's an affective undercurrent to essentially every part of our lives. This is formalized in microvalence theory (Lebrecht et al., 2012), which posits that all objects, even ordinary ones, are imbued with valence (e.g., explaining why you prefer one chair over another). As far as positive geometric ...
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