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Emotions and the body


Why Bodies?Recognition of Bodily ExpressionsSociocultural Background of Face-CentrismInvestigations of BodiesEmotional Behaviors as Adaptive ActionsEmotional Expressions of BodiesFaces, Bodies, ContextEmotion Specificity of Affective SignalsGender SpecificityMultisensory EnvironmentsPerception and RecognitionNeurofunctional CorrelatesClinical Research, Observation, Diagnostic ToolsDevelopment and Cross-Species ContinuityFace Perception and Its ContextFace Perception as CategorizationBEHAVIORAL MARKERS OF FACE SPECIFICITYNEURAL BASIS OF FACE PERCEPTIONTEMPORAL-PROCESSING SIGNATURE OF FACESBeyond Categorization and ModularityBEHAVIORAL FINDINGSNEUROPSYCHOLOGYThe Importance of Subcortical StructuresContext Influences Facial ExpressionsPERCEPTION OF FACIAL EXPRESSION IS INFLUENCED BY BODILY EXPRESSIONSOVERLAP BETWEEN THE NEURAL REPRESENTATION of faces and bodiesFACIAL AND BODILY EXPRESSIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF NATURAL SCENESFACIAL AND BODILY EXPRESSIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE AFFECTIVE PROSODY OF VOICESTHE ROLE OF MOVEMENT PERCEPTIONBeyond Categories: Does the Brain Need a Face Area?Measuring Emotions—Measuring the Impossible?The Pull of Common-Sense Beliefs: Emotions Are EverywhereARE MEASURES OF EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE DESIRABLE?Some Classical Conceptual IssuesMIND AND BODYOTHER MINDSA Bird’s-Eye View of Emotion TheoriesMEASURING EMOTIONS: ARE THERE BASIC EMOTIONS?MEASURING EMOTIONS: HOW MANY EMOTIONS ARE THERE?WHAT TO MEASURE?MEASURING EMOTIONS: A STATE OF THE ART TOOLBOXQualitative MethodsQuantitative MethodsTRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION AND VIRTUAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGYMore Than New Measures And Methods, New Perspectives Are NeededMULTISENSORY CHARACTER OF AFFECTIVE SIGNALING SYSTEMSFROM MEASURING PERCEPTION AS PASSIVE OBSERVATION TO UNDERSTANDING INTERACTIONSeeing ActionsUNDERSTANDING INTENTIONS AND FEELING EMOTIONSLanguage and Body LanguageCOMPLEXITYEASE OF ACQUISITIONPERCEPTION-PRODUCTION LINKSACTION AND MOTOR INVOLVEMENTA PHONOLOGY AND SYNTAX OF BODY LANGUAGE?LANGUAGE, BODY LANGUAGE, AND MOTOR THEORYAction Perception and IntentionalityACTIONS, INTENTIONS, AND INTENSIONSThe Lure of the MirrorA HISTORICAL NOTE ON SENSORIMOTOR THEORIES OF PERCEPTIONMOTOR NEURON-BASED EXPLANATIONS OF ACTIONSOCIAL INTENTIONS AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONCRITIQUES AND ALTERNATIVESUnderstanding Emotions to Perceive ActionsReflex-Like intentional ActionsThe Functional Brain Basis of Bodily ExpressionsFaces, Bodies, and the Quest for Categories in the BrainFIRST FINDINGS ON THE NEURAL BASIS OF EMOTIONAL BODY EXPRESSIONSA FACE MODULE, A BODY MODULESIMILARITIES IN THE NEUROFUNCTIONAL BASIS OF FACES AND BODIESBEYOND CATEGORY SPECIFICITY: THE MANY FACES OF THE BODYBODY EXPRESSIONS AND ADAPTIVE ACTIONToward a First-Generation ModelTHE COGNITIVE CORTICO-CORTICAL NETWORKFROM STILL IMAGES TO VIDEO: WHAT ASPECTS of the medium matter for the message?A DIFFERENT NETWORK FOR EACH EMOTION?THE IMPORTANCE OF DUAL AND MULTIPLE PROCESS MODELSConscious and Unconscious Emotion TrafficVarieties of Nonconscious ProcessesATTENTION-BASED UNAWARENESSSENSORY UNAWARENESSTHE CONSCIOUS/NONCONSCIOUS DISTINCTION AND ITS RELATION TO CORTICAL/SUBCORTICAL PROCESSESUnconscious Body Expression Perception: FindingsCOMPARING EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT RECOGNITIONTHE INFLUENCE OF COGNITIVE TASKMAKING BODIES INVISIBLE: DIRECT MANIPULATIONS OF VISIBILITYAFFECTIVE FACE AND BODY PERCEPTION IN CORTICAL BLINDNESSBrain Structures and Processes for Nonconscious VisionSUBCORTICAL STRUCTURESAffective Unconsciousness Viewed from an Emotion-Action PerspectiveCORTICAL AND SUBCORTICAL PROCESSING ROUTES: SOME MISUNDERSTANDINGSNONCONSCIOUS EMOTION PERCEPTION AS ACTION PREPARATIONThe Time Course of Emotional Body PerceptionSingle-Cell Recordings in Monkeys, Intracranial Recordings in HumansTemporal Dynamics Revealed by Behavioral ManipulationsBEHAVIORAL STUDIES: EXPLICIT, IMPLICIT, and/or nonconscious perception using maskingCOMPLEMENTARY BEHAVIORAL MEASURESVISUAL MASKING AND TIME COURSE MANIPULATIONSElectrophysiological Studies of Temporal DynamicsELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL TIME MEASURES: ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDIESFEAR EXPRESSION IN THE BODY AFFECTS THE VERTEX POSITIVE POTENTIAL LATENCY, NOT THE NI70ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL TIME AND MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHYTime Course of Body Perception and DevelopmentGender, Culture, and Context Differences in Recognition of Bodily ExpressionsGender and EmotionRECOGNIZING EMOTIONS IN FACIAL EXPRESSIONSEMOTION PERCEPTION, SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF GENDEREMOTION EXPRESSION: ARE WOMEN MORE EMOTIONAL THAN MEN?SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTFUNCTIONAL NEURAL BASISHIGHER LEVELS OF BRAIN ACTIVATION IN MALES COMPARED WITH FEMALESHORMONAL ASPECTSOBSERVER OR ACTOR, GENDER EFFECTS BETWEEN THE ACTOR AND THE OBSERVERSAME VERSUS OTHER SEX EFFECTSBody Expression Perception in Cultural PerspectiveCULTURE, RACE, AND FACE PERCEPTIONRace and Person IdentityOther Race Face Identity RecognitionRace and Facial ExpressionsCulture and GazeCulture and Affective Cue SelectionBODY EXPRESSIONS: CULTURAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN recognition of bodily expressionsThe Role of ContextSOME DIFFERENT KINDS OF CONTEXT INFLUENCESBODY EXPRESSION PERCEPTION IN NATURAL CONTEXTSSOME SOCIAL CONTEXT STUDIESAUDITORY SCENE CONTEXTIn Search of an Action-Emotion Perspective on Understanding Context EffectsBody Consciousness, Body Perception Deficits, and Virtual BodiesNonconscious Emotion Perception and Emotional ConsciousnessAFFECTIVE BLINDSIGHTACTION-BASED AWARENESSATTENTION, VISUAL AWARENESS, AND SUBJECTIVE FEELINGSInteroception and Unconscious Body Perception in Normally Sighted ObserversSome Body Perception PathologiesBODY PERCEPTION IN AUTISMBODY EXPRESSION PERCEPTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIAUNCONSCIOUS VISION AND PERSONALITY FACTORSOTHER BODY EXPRESSION PERCEPTION PATHOLOGIESVirtual Emotion Perception and Virtual BodiesANIMAL FRIENDSPERCEPTION OF VIRTUAL CHARACTERS AND VIRTUAL REALITYMOTION AND EMOTION PERCEPTION IN VIRTUAL CHARACTERSHUMAN-AVATAR SOCIAL INTERACTIONOne Consciousness, One Self, Many BodiesA HISTORICAL NOTENEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENAWHAT MAKES THE VIRTUAL REALVIRTUAL EMBODIMENTTHE NEURAL BASIS OF VIRTUAL AGENCY: A HYPOTHESISTHE EMOTIONAL SELF AND AGENCYInteractions, or Why It Takes More Than One to TangoWhat Interaction Is Not: Two Cognitive Explanations of Social InteractionWHAT INTERACTION IS NOT: THEORY OF MINDFalse Beliefs, False HopesWHAT INTERACTION IS NOT: A SENSORIMOTOR EXPLANATION OF SOCIAL INTERACTIONBlending Theory of Mind and Mirror NeuronsPerception or Cognition?Toward a Focus on Genuine Social InteractionEMPATHY FOR PAINSOCIAL INFLUENCES ON EMPATHY AS SPONTANEOUS HELPING BEHAVIORSTUDIES ON INTERACTION OBSERVATIONGenuine InteractionsA SOCIAL BRAIN OR A SOCIAL INTERACTION BRAIN?SOCIAL EMOTIONSInformation Technology as the New Motor of Social Interaction Research
 
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