Ursula Hess
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Facial mimicry and emotional contagion to dynamic emotional facial expressions and their influence on decoding accuracy
U Hess, S Blairy
International journal of psychophysiology 40 (2), 129-141, 2001
The Simulation of Smiles (SIMS) model: Embodied simulation and the meaning of facial expression
PM Niedenthal, M Mermillod, M Maringer, U Hess
Behavioral and brain sciences 33 (6), 417-433, 2010
Emotional mimicry as social regulation
U Hess, A Fischer
Personality and social psychology review 17 (2), 142-157, 2013
The impact of social context on mimicry
P Bourgeois, U Hess
Biological psychology 77 (3), 343-352, 2008
The intensity of emotional facial expressions and decoding accuracy
U Hess, S Blairy, RE Kleck
Journal of nonverbal behavior 21, 241-257, 1997
Toward a dialect theory: cultural differences in the expression and recognition of posed facial expressions.
HA Elfenbein, M Beaupré, M Lévesque, U Hess
Emotion 7 (1), 131, 2007
The intensity of facial expression is determined by underlying affective state and social situation.
U Hess, R Banse, A Kappas
Journal of personality and social psychology 69 (2), 280, 1995
Registered replication report: strack, martin, & stepper (1988)
EJ Wagenmakers, T Beek, L Dijkhoff, QF Gronau, A Acosta, RB Adams Jr, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (6), 917-928, 2016
The influence of facial emotion displays, gender, and ethnicity on judgments of dominance and affiliation
U Hess, S Blairy, RE Kleck
Journal of Nonverbal behavior 24, 265-283, 2000
Emotional expressivity in men and women: Stereotypes and self-perceptions
U Hess, S Senécal, G Kirouac, P Herrera, P Philippot, RE Kleck
Cognition & Emotion 14 (5), 609-642, 2000
Cross-cultural emotion recognition among Canadian ethnic groups
MG Beaupré, U Hess
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 36 (3), 355-370, 2005
Darwin and emotion expression.
U Hess, P Thibault
American Psychologist 64 (2), 120, 2009
Who may frown and who should smile? Dominance, affiliation, and the display of happiness and anger
U Hess, R Adams Jr, R Kleck
Cognition & Emotion 19 (4), 515-536, 2005
Emotional mimicry: Why and when we mimic emotions
U Hess, A Fischer
Social and personality psychology compass 8 (2), 45-57, 2014
What emotional reactions can tell us about the nature of others: An appraisal perspective on person perception
S Hareli, U Hess
Cognition and emotion 24 (1), 128-140, 2010
Facial appearance, gender, and emotion expression.
U Hess, RB Adams Jr, RE Kleck
Emotion 4 (4), 378, 2004
Convergent and divergent responses to emotional displays of ingroup and outgroup.
J Van Der Schalk, A Fischer, B Doosje, D Wigboldus, S Hawk, ...
Emotion 11 (2), 286, 2011
Mimicry and the judgment of emotional facial expressions
S Blairy, P Herrera, U Hess
Journal of Nonverbal behavior 23, 5-41, 1999
Differentiating emotion elicited and deliberate emotional facial expressions
U Hess, RE Kleck
European Journal of Social Psychology 20 (5), 369-385, 1990
Impaired emotional facial expression recognition is associated with interpersonal problems in alcoholism
C Kornreich, P Philippot, ML Foisy, S Blairy, E Raynaud, B Dan, U Hess, ...
Alcohol and alcoholism 37 (4), 394-400, 2002
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