Gina M. Grimshaw

Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand 
Hemispheric Specialization, Emotion, Prosody
"Gina Grimshaw"
Mean distance: 14.73 (cluster 29)
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Crawford MT, Maymon C, Miles NL, et al. (2024) Emotion in motion: perceiving fear in the behaviour of individuals from minimal motion capture displays. Cognition & Emotion. 1-12
El Basbasse Y, Packheiser J, Peterburs J, et al. (2023) Walk the plank! Using mobile electroencephalography to investigate emotional lateralization of immersive fear in virtual reality. Royal Society Open Science. 10: 221239
Robinson K, Boyes ME, Wilson MS, et al. (2023) Emotional responding to overt and subtle social exclusion among young women who engage in non-suicidal self-injury. Royal Society Open Science. 10: 221100
Murphy J, Devue C, Corballis PM, et al. (2020) Proactive Control of Emotional Distraction: Evidence From EEG Alpha Suppression. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 318
Schrammen E, Grimshaw GM, Berlijn AM, et al. (2020) Response inhibition to emotional faces is modulated by functional hemispheric asymmetries linked to handedness. Brain and Cognition. 145: 105629
Jonauskaite D, Abu-Akel A, Dael N, et al. (2020) Universal Patterns in Color-Emotion Associations Are Further Shaped by Linguistic and Geographic Proximity. Psychological Science. 956797620948810
Walsh AT, Carmel D, Harper D, et al. (2020) Monetary and non-monetary rewards reduce attentional capture by emotional distractors. Cognition & Emotion. 1-14
de Haro V, Lupiáñez J, Grimshaw GM, et al. (2020) Reduction of emotional distraction during target processing by attentional manipulations. Acta Psychologica. 207: 103068
Godfrey HK, Walsh AT, Fischer R, et al. (2020) The Role of Attentional Control in Cognitive Deficits Associated With Chronic Pain Clinical Psychological Science. 8: 1046-1053
Grimshaw GM, Philipp MC. (2020) Bodies in mind: using peripheral psychophysiology to probe emotional and social processes Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 51: 171-185
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