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NEGATIVE AFFECT VARYING IN MOTIVATIONAL INTENSITY INFLUENCES SCOPE OF MEMORY
EFFECT OF COGNITIVE BIAS MODIFICATION-MEMORY ON DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY BIAS: TWO INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN HIGH-RUMINATING AND DYSPHORIC SAMPLES
AFFECTIVE THEORY OF MIND INFERENCES CONTEXTUALLY INFLUENCE THE RECOGNITION OF EMOTIONAL FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
THE IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS ON CHILDREN’S TRUST JUDGMENTS
EVERY LOOK MATTERS: APPRAISALS OF FACES FOLLOW DISTINCT RULES OF INFORMATION INTEGRATION UNDER AROUSING VERSUS NON-AROUSING CONDITIONS
EMOTION REGULATION IN SOCIAL ANXIETY: A SYSTEMATIC INVESTIGATION AND META-ANALYSIS USING SELF-REPORT, SUBJECTIVE, AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS MEASURES
EMOTION IDENTIFICATION ACROSS ADULTHOOD USING THE DYNAMIC FACES DATABASE OF EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS IN YOUNGER, MIDDLE AGED, AND OLDER ADULTS
FACIAL ATTRACTIVENESS IMPRESSIONS PRECEDE TRUSTWORTHINESS INFERENCES: LOWER DETECTION THRESHOLDS AND FASTER DECISION LATENCIES
IDENTIFICATION AND LOCATION TASKS RELY ON DIFFERENT MENTAL PROCESSES: A DIFFUSION MODEL ACCOUNT OF VALIDITY EFFECTS IN SPATIAL CUEING PARADIGMS WITH EMOTIONAL STIMULI
TOUCHING THE BASE: HEART-WARMING ADS FROM THE 2016 U.S. ELECTION MOVED VIEWERS TO PARTISAN TEARS
INFLUENCE OF AUTHORITARIANISM, VAGAL TONE AND MENTAL FATIGUE ON OBEDIENCE TO AUTHORITY
EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL CONTENT ON WORKING MEMORY CAPACITY
BLOCKING INCIDENTAL FRUSTRATION DURING BARGAINING
RELATIONS BETWEEN EMOTION, MEMORY ENCODING, AND TIME PERCEPTION
DOES ATTITUDE ACQUISITION IN EVALUATIVE CONDITIONING WITHOUT EXPLICIT CS-US MEMORY REFLECT IMPLICIT MISATTRIBUTION OF AFFECT?
CONFLICT-DRIVEN ADAPTIVE CONTROL IS ENHANCED BY INTEGRAL NEGATIVE EMOTION ON A SHORT TIME SCALE*
ARE PRECUES EFFECTIVE IN PROACTIVELY CONTROLLING TABOO INTERFERENCE DURING SPEECH PRODUCTION?
EMPATHIC ACCURACY: AGE DIFFERENCES FROM ADOLESCENCE INTO MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
PERSON PERCEPTION FROM CHANGING EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS: PRIMACY, RECENCY, OR AVERAGING EFFECT?
WARM AND TOUCHING TEARS: TEARFUL INDIVIDUALS ARE PERCEIVED AS WARMER BECAUSE WE ASSUME THEY FEEL MOVED AND TOUCHED