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Results: 1 - 20 of 62
Results: 1 - 20 of 62
  • Career transformation
    5 Feb 2021
    From March 2021, Dr. Milica Nikolić will start working as an assistant professor at Research Institute of Child Development and Education, University of Amsterdam.
  • Special issue on the voice edited by Disa Sauter is published
    18 Jan 2021
    AICE member Disa Sauter has edited a special section of Emotion Review on Emotion in the Voice
  • EASP Seedcorn Grant for Kunalan Manokara
    4 Jan 2021
    AICE researcher Kunalan Manokara has been awarded a Summer School Seedcorn Grant from the European Association of Social Psychology.
  • Participate in contagious laughter study
    23 Dec 2020
    Feel like a good laugh? Then why not take part in a listening experiment designed by AICE researchers. You can help the researchers find out what contagious laughter sounds like.
  • Unilever Research Prize 2020 for Carlotta Rieble
    30 Nov 2020
    Carlotta Rieble has been awarded the Unilever 2020 Research Prize. Carlotta wrote her thesis, entitled "Connected Despite COVID-19: The Role of Social Interactions and Social Media Use in Wellbeing".
  • Veni grant for Milica Nikolić
    10 Nov 2020
    AICE researcher Milica Nikolić has been awarded Veni grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
  • Strategies for parents about building children's self-esteem during the pandemic
    3 Nov 2020
    AICE researcher Kelly Ziemer together with Eddie Brummelman present evidence-based strategies that parents can implement to cultivate acceptance and competence in children during pandemic.
  • New theoretical paper on the development of social anxiety disorder in children
    3 Nov 2020
    AICE researcher Milica Nikolić proposes a new model in which socio-cognitive processes and social emotions in infancy and early childhood serve as proximal mechanisms to the development of the disorder.
  • New paper: Why obeying orders can make us do terrible things?
    7 Sep 2020
    AICE researcher Kalliopi Ioumpa together with colleagues show reduced brain activity in regions associated with empathy and guilt, potentially explaining why people are able to commit immoral acts under coercion.
  • AICE members received career awards from the EASP
    4 Jul 2020
    Three AICE members received highly competitive career awards from the European Association of Social Psychology.
  • New study on perception of chimpanzee vocalizations
    17 Jun 2020
    Researchers including AICE members Roza Kamiloglu and Disa Sauter published a new study showing human listeners can infer behavioural contexts from vocalizations of chimpanzees.
  • Participate in COVID-19 related research
    17 Apr 2020
    We are conducting a new study on people's emotional experiences and wellbeing in response to the COVID-19 outbreak across the world. You can participate!
  • New theoretical paper on psychometric network model of emotions
    10 Mar 2020
    Researchers including AICE members Jens Lange, Gerben van Kleef, and Agneta Fischer published a new theoretical paper suggesting an integrative psychometric model of emotions.
  • New research on the impact of social rank on emotional processes
    10 Mar 2020
    AICE members Gerben van Kleef and Jens Lange published a new review paper on the consequences of power and status for both intrapersonal and interpersonal effects of emotions.
  • Two new papers on social anxiety disorder
    2 Mar 2020
    AICE member Milica Nikolić publishes new articles on the role of social emotions and social cognition in the development of social anxiety disorder, and the unique contribution of blushing to the development of ...
  • Lisanne Pauw defended her PhD dissertation
    13 Feb 2020
    AICE researcher Lisanne Pauw successfully defends her dissertation and talks about her PhD work in the media.
  • New research maps key emotions triggered when we listen to music
    3 Feb 2020
    A new study from researchers including AICE members, Xia Fang and Disa Sauter, uncovered 13 distinct types of experiences that people across two different cultures report in listening to music of different kinds.
  • New Paper: "Different faces of empathy: Feelings of similarity disrupt recognition of negative emotions"
    3 Feb 2020
    AICE researchers Jacob Israelashvili, Disa Sauter, and Agneta Fischer published a new paper on empathic process that help people recognize others' feelings more accurately.
  • New article on vocal expressions of positive emotions
    7 Jan 2020
    AICE PhD student Roza Kamiloglu has, together with her supervisors Agneta Fisher and Disa Sauter, published a theoretical review article on vocal expressions of positive emotions.
  • Lisanne Pauw leaving
    19 Dec 2019
    AICE member Lisanne Pauw has just started working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Couple and Family Psychology Lab of Münster University, Germany.