Adrienne Wood
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Fashioning the face: sensorimotor simulation contributes to facial expression recognition
A Wood, M Rychlowska, S Korb, P Niedenthal
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (3), 227-240, 2016
1562016
Blocking mimicry makes true and false smiles look the same
M Rychlowska, E Cañadas, A Wood, EG Krumhuber, A Fischer, ...
PLoS One 9 (3), 2014
872014
Smiles as multipurpose social signals
J Martin, M Rychlowska, A Wood, P Niedenthal
Trends in cognitive sciences 21 (11), 864-877, 2017
492017
Altering sensorimotor feedback disrupts visual discrimination of facial expressions
A Wood, G Lupyan, S Sherrin, P Niedenthal
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23 (4), 1150-1156, 2016
342016
Heterogeneity of long-history migration predicts emotion recognition accuracy.
A Wood, M Rychlowska, PM Niedenthal
Emotion 16 (4), 413, 2016
262016
Towards a social functional account of laughter: Acoustic features convey reward, affiliation, and dominance
A Wood, J Martin, P Niedenthal
PloS one 12 (8), 2017
212017
Embodied emotion concepts
P Niedenthal, A Wood, M Rychlowska
The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition, London: Routledge, 240-249, 2014
192014
Asymmetry of facial mimicry and emotion perception in patients with unilateral facial paralysis
S Korb, A Wood, CA Banks, D Agoulnik, TA Hadlock, PM Niedenthal
JAMA facial plastic surgery 18 (3), 222-227, 2016
172016
Feelings and contexts: Socioecological influences on the nonverbal expression of emotion
PM Niedenthal, M Rychlowska, A Wood
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2017
132017
Heterogeneity of long-history migration predicts smiling, laughter and positive emotion across the globe and within the United States
PM Niedenthal, M Rychlowska, A Wood, F Zhao
PloS one 13 (8), 2018
122018
Probabilistic learning of emotion categories.
RC Plate, A Wood, K Woodard, SD Pollak
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (10), 1814, 2019
92019
Developing a social functional account of laughter
A Wood, P Niedenthal
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (4), e12383, 2018
82018
Why do we need emotion words in the first place? Commentary on Lakoff (2015)
A Wood, G Lupyan, P Niedenthal
Emotion Review 8 (3), 274-275, 2016
7*2016
Historical Migration Patterns Shape Contemporary Cultures of Emotion
PM Niedenthal, M Rychlowska, F Zhao, A Wood
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (4), 560-573, 2019
32019
Revisiting the Simulation of Smiles model: The what, when, and why of mimicking smiles.
PM Niedenthal, S Korb, A Wood, M Rychlowska
Cambridge University Press, 2016
32016
A sad thumbs up: incongruent gestures and disrupted sensorimotor activity both slow processing of facial expressions
A Wood, JD Martin, MW Alibali, PM Niedenthal
Cognition and Emotion 33 (6), 1196-1209, 2019
22019
Language limits the experience of emotions: comment on “The quartet theory of human emotions: an integrative and neurofunctional model” by Koelsch S. et al
A Wood, P Niedenthal
Physics of life reviews 13, 95-98, 2015
22015
Does emotion influence visual perception? Depends on how you look at it
PM Niedenthal, A Wood
Cognition and Emotion 33 (1), 77-84, 2019
12019
Embodied simulation in decoding facial expression
P Neidenthal, A Wood, M Rychlowska, S Korb
The science of facial expression, 397-414, 2017
12017
Reward, Affiliation, and Dominance Smiles Are Associated with Distinct Mental Content
J Martin, A Wood, WTL Cox, S Sievert, R Nowak, E Gilboa-Schechtman, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
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