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Results: 21 - 40 of 68
Results: 21 - 40 of 68
  • 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.
  • Shahira Sharaf has received a grant from the Amsterdam University Fund
    12 Dec 2019
    AICE member Shahira Sharaf has received a grant to investigate the emotional experiences of asylum seekers.
  • AICE researchers receive Amsterdam Brain and Cognition Talent grant
    28 Nov 2019
    AICE researchers Milica Nikolic and Disa Sauter won the Amsterdam Brain and Cognition Talent grant for studying neural mechanisms of self-conscious emotions in socially anxious adolescents.
  • An interview with Agneta Fischer
    27 Nov 2019
    An interview with Aice member Agneta Fischer on understanding hate is published in Psychology Today.
  • Graduate Collaborative Research Award 2019
    1 Oct 2019
    AICE Researchers Kunalan Manokara and Tiarah Engels win a small grant to evaluate the social consequences of positive emotions.
  • Creative Commons
    New book on affective social learning
    15 Sep 2019
    "Foundations of Affective Social Learning: Conceptualizing the Social Transmission of Value" co-edited by AICE member Daniel Dukes is published.
  • Disa Sauter
    New research on human emotional vocalisations: Are they learned or innate?
    11 Sep 2019
    In a new research, AICE member Disa Sauter and her team test whether emotional expressions are shaped by innate specialised mechanisms that guide learning, or whether they develop exclusively from learning.
  • Milica Nikolic wins an award
    5 Sep 2019
    AICE member Milica Nikolic received the George Butterworth Young Scientist Award from the European Association of Developmental Psychology.
  • Disa Sauter
    Lisanne Pauw finished her PhD dissertation
    2 Sep 2019
    Lisanne Pauw finished her PhD dissertation on the dyadic nature of emotion regulation under the supervision of Disa Sauter, Gerben van Kleef and Agneta Fischer.
  • Emotion Methodology workshop
    New article on revealing a richer taxonomy of emotion
    19 Aug 2019
    AICE member Disa Sauter, together with others, propose an approach for moving beyond the basic six to a high dimensional taxonomy of emotion.
  • Jacob Israelashvili has received Small Research Grant
    5 Aug 2019
    Jacob Israelashvili, an AICE researcher, has received a Small Research Grant from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP).
  • Dynamic parts face
    New article on how intranasal oxytocin nasal spray influences emotion mimicry
    5 Aug 2019
    AICE members show that oxytocin facilitates emotional mimicry in ways that are conducive to affiliation, pointing to a possible pathway through which oxytocin promotes social bonding.
  • Research team of Rui Sun wins "best project" prize
    2 Aug 2019
    Research team of Rui Sun won the "best project" prize in the third Summer School Series on Methods for Computational Social Science on the topic of Analyzing Multimedia Data.
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    New study on emotional intelligence and childhood social anxiety
    4 Jun 2019
    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.
    New article on self‐referential processing in the brain during awe
    4 Jun 2019
    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.