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LOOKING INTO YOUR EYES: OBSERVED PUPIL SIZE INFLUENCES APPROACH-AVOIDANCE RESPONSES
HAPPY BUT OVERCONFIDENT: POSITIVE AFFECT LEADS TO INACCURATE METACOMPREHENSION
THE FIT BETWEEN EMOTION REGULATION CHOICE AND INDIVIDUAL RESOURCES IS ASSOCIATED WITH ADAPTIVE FUNCTIONING AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THE GAZE-LIKING EFFECT: A PREREGISTERED REPLICATION
EMOTION DIFFERENTIATION DISSECTED: BETWEEN-CATEGORY, WITHIN-CATEGORY, AND INTEGRAL EMOTION DIFFERENTIATION, AND THEIR RELATION TO WELL-BEING
THE IMPACT OF CONTEXTUAL PRIORS AND ANXIETY ON PERFORMANCE EFFECTIVENESS AND PROCESSING EFFICIENCY IN ANTICIPATION
THE NEGATIVE FEEDBACK DYSREGULATION EFFECT: LOSSES OF MOTOR CONTROL IN RESPONSE TO NEGATIVE FEEDBACK
COGNITIVE REAPPRAISAL ATTENUATES THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSE TO STRESS DURING ADOLESCENCE
FACTOR ANALYSIS AND VALIDATION OF A SELF-REPORT MEASURE OF IMPAIRED FEAR INHIBITION
TERROR IN TIME: EXTENDING CULTUROMICS TO ADDRESS BASIC TERROR MANAGEMENT MECHANISMS
MOTIVATED EMOTION AND THE RALLY AROUND THE FLAG EFFECT: LIBERALS ARE MOTIVATED TO FEEL COLLECTIVE ANGST (LIKE CONSERVATIVES) WHEN FACED WITH EXISTENTIAL THREAT
MANIPULATIONS OF DISTRACTOR FREQUENCY DO NOT MITIGATE EMOTION-INDUCED BLINDNESS
TRAIT RUMINATION AND RESPONSE TO NEGATIVE EVALUATIVE LAB-INDUCED STRESS: NEUROENDOCRINE, AFFECTIVE, AND COGNITIVE OUTCOMES
A PROLOGUE TO NOSTALGIA: SAVOURING CREATES NOSTALGIC MEMORIES THAT FOSTER OPTIMISM
ATTACHMENT STYLES AND SECURE BASE PRIMING IN RELATION TO EMOTIONAL REACTIVITY AFTER FRUSTRATION INDUCTION
TALKING EMOTIONS: VOWEL SELECTION IN FICTIONAL NAMES DEPENDS ON THE EMOTIONAL VALENCE OF THE TO-BE-NAMED FACES AND OBJECTS
PRE-VERBAL INFANTS PERCEIVE EMOTIONAL FACIAL EXPRESSIONS CATEGORICALLY
SEX DIFFERENCES IN FACIAL EMOTION PERCEPTION ABILITY ACROSS THE LIFESPAN
IS THE SUNNY SIDE UP AND THE DARK SIDE DOWN? EFFECTS OF STIMULUS TYPE AND VALENCE ON A SPATIAL DETECTION TASK
THE MEDIATING ROLE OF STATE MALADAPTIVE EMOTION REGULATION IN THE RELATION BETWEEN SOCIAL ANXIETY SYMPTOMS AND SELF-EVALUATION BIAS