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  1. Decomposing Self-Control: Individual Differences in Goal Pursuit Despite Interfering Aversion, Temptation, and Distraction.Rosa Steimke, Christine Stelzel, Robert Gaschler, Marcus Rothkirch, Vera U. Ludwig, Lena M. Paschke, Ima Trempler, Norbert Kathmann, Thomas Goschke & Henrik Walter - 2016 - Frontiers in Psychology 7.
  • Reflecting on Existential Threats Elicits Self-Reported Negative Affect but No Physiological Arousal.Eefje S. Poppelaars, Johannes Klackl, Daan T. Scheepers, Christina Mühlberger & Eva Jonas - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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  • Age Differences in Vocal Emotion Perception: On the Role of Speaker Age and Listener Sex.Antarika Sen, Derek Isaacowitz & Annett Schirmer - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 32 (6):1189-1204.
    ABSTRACTOlder adults have greater difficulty than younger adults perceiving vocal emotions. To better characterise this effect, we explored its relation to age differences in sensory, cognitive and emotional functioning. Additionally, we examined the role of speaker age and listener sex. Participants aged 19–34 years and 60–85 years categorised neutral sentences spoken by ten younger and ten older speakers with a happy, neutral, sad, or angry voice. Acoustic analyses indicated that expressions from younger and older speakers denoted the intended emotion with (...)
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  • Terror Mismanagement: Evidence That Mortality Salience Exacerbates Attentional Bias in Social Anxiety.Emma C. Finch, Lisa Iverach, Ross G. Menzies & Mark Jones - 2016 - Cognition and Emotion 30 (7).
  • Decoding of Basic Emotions From Dynamic Visual Displays in Dementia: A Sign of Loss of Positivity Bias in Emotional Processing in Cognitively Unhealthy Aging?Theofilos Gkinopoulos - 2014 - OJMP 3:325-336.
    Difficulties in recognizing emotional signals might have serious implications for social interactions. Neurodegenerative diseases that affect neural networks involved in emotional displays processing might thus be connected with a disproportionate impairment in social life. This study aimed at examining the ability to decode basic emotions from dynamic visual displays in mild to moderate dementia. Thirty old adults diagnosed as demented, and 30 gender-matched healthy controls were administered a measure of emotion evaluation. The groups did not differ significantly in age and (...)
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