New study on emotional intelligence and childhood social anxiety
In a new study, AICE researcher Milica Nikolić together with colleagues show that social anxiety linked to both low and advanced emotional intelligence in children.
4 Jun 2019
New article on self‐referential processing in the brain during awe
What happens in the brain when we feel awe?
New research suggests that a key feature of the experience of awe is a reduced engagement in self‐referential processing.
21 May 2019
New paper on intensity bias in interethnic emotion perception
In a new study, AICE researcher Agneta Fischer together with Pum Kommattam and Kai Jonas test the hypothesis that individuals perceive facial expressions of emotions in ethnic outgroup members as less intense than ...
14 Mar 2019
New article on cross-cultural emotion recognition
Are Dutch and Japanese people able to understand each other’s nonverbal expressions of emotions? AICE researcher Disa Sauter and Michiko Yoshie conducted a cross-cultural experiment.
12 Mar 2019
Amandine Lassalle leaving
AICE member Amandine Lassalle will start working at at the CoPAN (Comparative Psychology and Affective Neuroscience) laboratory of Leiden University.
7 Mar 2019
AICE researchers publish new paper on interpersonal emotion regulation
Lisanne Pauw together with Disa Sauter, Gerben van Kleef and Agneta Fischer recently published an article in Cognition and Emotion.
25 Feb 2019
AICE researchers publish new paper in JESP
Why is it that Easterners are typically poorer at categorizing some emotional facial expressions than Westerners? AICE researchers publish new paper on cultural differences in emotion perception.
14 Feb 2019
Disa Sauter receives Swiss Scientific Exchange grant
Disa Sauter has, together with Marcello Mortillaro, received a Scientific Exchange grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation.
14 Feb 2019
Refugees in Science grant recipient Shahira Sharaf joins AICE
As part of the NWO pilot program Refugees in Science, Shahira Sharaf has received a one-year appointment to continue her scientific career in the Netherlands.
10 Feb 2019
AICE researchers publish paper in Cognition and Emotion
Kobi Israelashvili together with Suzanne Oosterwijk, Disa Sauer and Agneta Fischer recently published an article in Cognition and Emotion
26 Jan 2019
Agneta Fischer receives DEMOS grant
Agneta Fischer and Jan Willen Duyvendak (sociology) received a grant for their cooperation in a H2020 project, called DEMOS, in which the socio-economic, social psychological, emotional and cognitive mechanisms ...
26 Jan 2019
Article published by AICE researchers on social sharing
When in emotional distress, people often turn to others for support. But can listeners tell what support the sharer needs? Across three experiments, PhD student Lisanne Pauw, together with her supervisors Disa ...
26 Jan 2019
Article published by AICE PhD Student Roza Kamiloglu on olfaction and emotion perception
Roza Kamiloglu together with Monique Smeets, Jasper de Groot, and Gün Semin have published an article on communicative function of emotional human chemosignals. They examined whether human body odors produced under ...
24 May 2018
AICE researcher Jozefien de Leersnyder receives Marie Curie grant
When people are emotionally similar to those around them, they feel like they belong. Yet, many immigrant minorities face a (temporary) mismatch between their emotional patterns and those that are typical for, and ...
17 May 2018
Article published by AICE researchers on baby emotion perception
Adults are known to perceive emotional expressions categorically, and this has been argued to be due to them having verbal labels for the emotion categories (e.g., happiness, fear, anger). In a series of three ...
20 Mar 2018
Disa Sauter discusses laughter on Swedish television
Do other animals laugh? Is it true that laughter makes you live longer? Why is laughter contagious? These are some of the questions Disa Sauter discussed on the Swedish TV program Malou efter tio. Follow the link ...
20 Mar 2018
AICE PhD student Xia Fang publishes paper in Cognition and Emotion
How do dynamic changes in emotional expressions affect person perception? Across three experiments, PhD student Xia Fang, together with her supervisors Gerben van Kleef and Disa Sauter, examined perceivers’ ...
23 Jan 2018
AICE PhD student wins prize
Roza Kamiloglu, PhD student, won the Dancker Daamen Poster Award at the ASPO (Association of Dutch Social Psychology) conference at the VU in December 2017. She presented the poster 'Smelling an “Emotional ...
16 Nov 2017
New AICE paper on social sharing published in Cognition and Emotion
AICE PhD student Lisanne Pauw has, together with her supervisors Agneta Fischer, Gerben van Kleef, and Disa Sauter, published an article in Cognition and Emotion.
When in emotional distress, people often turn to ...
31 Oct 2017
AICE PhD student Xia Fang publishes paper in JCCP
Although perceivers often agree about the primary emotion that is conveyed by a particular expression, observers may also see several additional emotions in a given expression. In this study, Fang and colleagues ...