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Results: 41 - 60 of 62
Results: 41 - 60 of 62
  • Disa Sauter
    Refugees in Science grant recipient Shahira Sharaf joins AICE
    14 Feb 2019
    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.
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE researchers publish paper in Cognition and Emotion
    10 Feb 2019
    Kobi Israelashvili together with Suzanne Oosterwijk, Disa Sauer and Agneta Fischer recently published an article in Cognition and Emotion
  • Disa Sauter
    Agneta Fischer receives DEMOS grant
    26 Jan 2019
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    Article published by AICE researchers on social sharing
    26 Jan 2019
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    Article published by AICE PhD Student Roza Kamiloglu on olfaction and emotion perception
    26 Jan 2019
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE researcher Jozefien de Leersnyder receives Marie Curie grant
    24 May 2018
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    Article published by AICE researchers on baby emotion perception
    17 May 2018
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    Disa Sauter discusses laughter on Swedish television
    20 Mar 2018
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE PhD student Xia Fang publishes paper in Cognition and Emotion
    20 Mar 2018
    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’ ...
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE PhD student wins prize
    23 Jan 2018
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    New AICE paper on social sharing published in Cognition and Emotion
    16 Nov 2017
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE PhD student Xia Fang publishes paper in JCCP
    31 Oct 2017
    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 ...
  • Disa Sauter
    New AICE member Lotte Veenstra defends PhD thesis and receives Cum Laude
    10 Oct 2017
    Last week, Lotte Veenatra defended her PhD thesis Taming Tempers: A situated motivational approach to anger management at the Vrije University, Amsterdam. Her supervisors were Sander Koole and Iris Schneider. She was ...
  • Disa Sauter
    New AICE member Jens Lange publishes JPSP paper on the relation of envy and schadenfreude
    10 Oct 2017
    Jens Lange, who recently arrived to do a DFG funded post-doc with Agneta Fischer and Gerben van Kleef, published a paper in JPSP, which presents an integrative theory and a meta-analysis on the relation of envy and ...
  • Disa Sauter
    New paper on dispositional empathy
    10 Oct 2017
    The contributions of affective and cognitive processes to empathy remains unclear. In a new paper, published in Personality and Individual Differences, AICE researcher Kobi Israelashvili pits them against each other. ...
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE researchers contribute papers to special issue of Current Opinion in Psychology
    10 Oct 2017
    This month, Current Opinion in Psychology has a special issue on Emotion. AICE researchers Jozefien De Leersnyder, Agneta Fischer, and Gerben van Kleef contributed articles on emotion acculturation, emotional ...
  • Roza Kamiloglu
    New PhD student Roza Kamiloglu joins AICE
    28 Sep 2017
    Roza completed her BA in Psychology and BSc in Physics with double major program at Koç University, Turkey, followed by a masters in Social Psychology from the same university (2016). Upon graduation, she worked as a ...
  • Disa Sauter
    AICE PhD student Lisanne Pauw awarded travel grants
    13 Sep 2017
    Lisanne Pauw will visit the Institute for Creative Technologies of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, for three months. Lisanne will be conducting a study in collaboration with Jonathan Gratch and ...
  • Disa Sauter
    Two commentaries by AICE researchers published in Psychological Inquiry
    13 Sep 2017
    Psychological Inquiry recently published a target article by Andrea Scarantino, which outlines a new theory of Affective Pragmatics. You can find the target article and a commentary by Gerben van Kleef and another by ...
  • Disa Sauter
    New paper by AICE researchers published in Cognition and Emotion
    1 May 2017
    The vast majority of studies on nonverbal communication of emotion uses posed stimuli, but few direct comparisons have been made between perception of spontaneous and posed expressions. In this study, participants ...