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Emotions in Parkinson's disease

A study conducted investigates the origins of the difficulty recognizing certain emotions that affects patients with Parkinson?s disease. Is this impairment caused by the disease itself or is it in part the consequence of a widely used treatment (deep brain stimulation)?
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