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Emotion expression in body action and posture.
N Dael, M Mortillaro, KR Scherer
Emotion 12 (5), 1085, 2012
5632012
The body action and posture coding system (BAP): Development and reliability
N Dael, M Mortillaro, KR Scherer
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 36, 97-121, 2012
2642012
Toward a minimal representation of affective gestures
D Glowinski, N Dael, A Camurri, G Volpe, M Mortillaro, K Scherer
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 2 (2), 106-118, 2011
2562011
Technique for automatic emotion recognition by body gesture analysis
D Glowinski, A Camurri, G Volpe, N Dael, K Scherer
2008 IEEE Computer society conference on computer vision and pattern …, 2008
1322008
Universal patterns in color-emotion associations are further shaped by linguistic and geographic proximity
D Jonauskaite, A Abu-Akel, N Dael, D Oberfeld, AM Abdel-Khalek, ...
Psychological Science 31 (10), 1245-1260, 2020
1202020
Perceived gesture dynamics in nonverbal expression of emotion
N Dael, M Goudbeek, KR Scherer
Perception 42 (6), 642-657, 2013
1032013
What color do you feel? Color choices are driven by mood
D Jonauskaite, B Althaus, N Dael, E Dan‐Glauser, C Mohr
Color Research & Application 44 (2), 272-284, 2019
912019
Put on that colour, it fits your emotion: Colour appropriateness as a function of expressed emotion
N Dael, MN Perseguers, C Marchand, JP Antonietti, C Mohr
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (8), 1619-1630, 2016
752016
Pink for girls, red for boys, and blue for both genders: Colour preferences in children and adults
D Jonauskaite, N Dael, L Chèvre, B Althaus, A Tremea, L Charalambides, ...
Sex Roles 80, 630-642, 2019
732019
Most and least preferred colours differ according to object context: new insights from an unrestricted colour range
D Jonauskaite, C Mohr, JP Antonietti, PM Spiers, B Althaus, S Anil, N Dael
PloS one 11 (3), e0152194, 2016
702016
A machine learning approach to quantify the specificity of colour–emotion associations and their cultural differences
D Jonauskaite, J Wicker, C Mohr, N Dael, J Havelka, ...
Royal Society open science 6 (9), 190741, 2019
562019
The sun is no fun without rain: Physical environments affect how we feel about yellow across 55 countries
D Jonauskaite, AM Abdel-Khalek, A Abu-Akel, AS Al-Rasheed, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 66, 101350, 2019
522019
Stability of right visual field advantage in an international lateralized lexical decision task irrespective of participants’ sex, handedness or bilingualism
J Willemin, M Hausmann, M Brysbaert, N Dael, F Chmetz, A Fioravera, ...
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 21 (4-6), 502-524, 2016
372016
Unifying research on colour and emotion
C Mohr, D Jonauskaite, ES Dan-Glauser, M Uusküla, N Dael
Progress in colour studies: Cognition, language and beyond, 209-222, 2018
362018
Affect-related synesthesias: a prospective view on their existence, expression and underlying mechanisms
N Dael, G Sierro, C Mohr
Frontiers in psychology 4, 61925, 2013
242013
Towards a minimal representation of affective gestures
D Glowinski, M Mortillaro, K Scherer, N Dael, G Volpe, A Camurri
2015 international conference on affective computing and intelligent …, 2015
232015
Language lateralisation measured across linguistic and national boundaries
M Hausmann, M Brysbaert, L Van der Haegen, J Lewald, K Specht, ...
Cortex 111, 134-147, 2019
222019
Measuring body movement: Current and future directions in proxemics and kinesics.
N Dael, N Bianchi-Berthouze, A Kleinsmith, C Mohr
American Psychological Association, 2016
202016
Stripping# The Dress: the importance of contextual information on inter-individual differences in colour perception
D Jonauskaite, N Dael, CA Parraga, L Chèvre, A García Sánchez, C Mohr
Psychological Research 84, 851-865, 2020
122020
Nonverbal social sensing: what social sensing can and cannot do for the study of nonverbal behavior from video
LA Renier, M Schmid Mast, N Dael, EP Kleinlogel
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 606548, 2021
52021
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