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Emotions in word and facial processing (209)



Schacht, A. (2011, Im Druck). Reviving a forgotten dimension – Potency in affective neuroscience. Fontaine, J., Scherer, K. R., Soriano, C. (Eds.). Components of Emotional Meaning: A Sourcebook. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bayer, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A. (2011). Emotional words impact the mind but not the body: Evidence from pupillary responses. Psychophysiology.

Palazova, M., Mantwill, K., Sommer, W., Schacht, A. (2011). Are effects of emotion in single words non-lexical? Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Neuropsychologia 49. 2766-2775.

Recio, G., Sommer, W., Schacht, A. (2011). Electrophysiological correlates of perceiving and evaluating static and dynamic facial emotional expressions. Brain Research 1376. 66-75.

Rellecke, J., Bakhirtas, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A. (2011). Automaticity in attractive face processing: Brain Potentials from a dual task. NeuroReport 22. 706-710.

Rellecke, J., Palazova, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A. (2011). On the automaticity of emotion processing in words and faces: Event-related brain potentials evidence from a superficial task. Brain and Cognition 77. 23-32.

Bayer, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A. (2010). Reading emotional words within sentences: The impact of arousal and valence on event-related potentials. International Journal of Psychophysiology 78. 299-307.

Schacht, A., Sommer, W. (2009). Emotions in word and face processing: Early and late cortical responses. Brain and Cognition 69. 538-550.

Schacht, A., Sommer, W. (2009). Time course and task dependence of emotion effects in word processing. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience 9. 28-43.