Maria Gendron, Ph.D.

GSAS - Psychology Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
"Maria Gendron"
Mean distance: 16.8 (cluster 15)


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Lisa Feldman Barrett grad student 2013 Boston College
 (Relativity in the perception of emotion across cultures.)
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Hoemann K, Crittenden AN, Msafiri S, et al. (2018) Context facilitates performance on a classic cross-cultural emotion perception task. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Gendron M, Crivelli C, Barrett LF. (2018) Universality Reconsidered: Diversity in Making Meaning of Facial Expressions. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 27: 211-219
Hoemann K, Gendron M, Barrett LF. (2017) Mixed emotions in the predictive brain. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 15: 51-57
Fugate JMB, Gendron M, Nakashima SF, et al. (2017) Emotion Words: Adding Face Value. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Barrett LF, Gendron M. (2016) The importance of context: Three corrections to Cordaro, Keltner, Tshering, Wangchuk, and Flynn (2016). Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 16: 803-6
Brooks JA, Shablack H, Gendron M, et al. (2016) The Role of Language in the Experience and Perception of Emotion: A Neuroimaging Meta-Analysis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Lindquist KA, Satpute AB, Gendron M. (2015) Does language do more than communicate emotion? Current Directions in Psychological Science. 24: 99-108
Gendron M, Roberson D, Barrett LF. (2015) Cultural variation in emotion perception is real: a response to Sauter, Eisner, Ekman, and Scott (2015). Psychological Science. 26: 357-9
Gendron M, Roberson D, van der Vyver JM, et al. (2014) Perceptions of emotion from facial expressions are not culturally universal: evidence from a remote culture. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 14: 251-62
Lindquist KA, Gendron M, Barrett LF, et al. (2014) Emotion perception, but not affect perception, is impaired with semantic memory loss. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 14: 375-87
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