Harald Traue

Affiliations: 
Universitaet Ulm (Germany) 
Area:
Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Tan JW, Andrade AO, Li H, et al. (2016) Recognition of Intensive Valence and Arousal Affective States via Facial Electromyographic Activity in Young and Senior Adults. Plos One. 11: e0146691
Gruss S, Treister R, Werner P, et al. (2015) Pain Intensity Recognition Rates via Biopotential Feature Patterns with Support Vector Machines. Plos One. 10: e0140330
Jongen S, Axmacher N, Kremers NA, et al. (2014) An investigation of facial emotion recognition impairments in alexithymia and its neural correlates. Behavioural Brain Research. 271: 129-39
Gassling V, Kessler H, Klein MO, et al. (2014) Normal emotion regulation in adults with cleft lip and palate: an exploratory study. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery : Official Publication of the European Association For Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery. 42: 1271-6
von Wietersheim J, Kunzl F, Hoffmann H, et al. (2012) Selective attention of patients with anorexia nervosa while looking at pictures of their own body and the bodies of others: an exploratory study. Psychosomatic Medicine. 74: 107-13
Kessler H, Traue H, Wiswede D. (2011) Why we still don't understand the depressed brain - Not going beyond snapshots. Psycho-Social Medicine. 8: Doc06
Walter S, Kessler H, Gruss S, et al. (2011) The influence of neuroticism and psychological symptoms on the assessment of images in three-dimensional emotion space. Psycho-Social Medicine. 8: Doc04
Kessler H, Doyen-Waldecker C, Hofer C, et al. (2011) Neural correlates of the perception of dynamic versus static facial expressions of emotion. Psycho-Social Medicine. 8: Doc03
Hoffmann H, Kessler H, Eppel T, et al. (2010) Expression intensity, gender and facial emotion recognition: Women recognize only subtle facial emotions better than men. Acta Psychologica. 135: 278-83
Abler B, Hofer C, Walter H, et al. (2010) Habitual emotion regulation strategies and depressive symptoms in healthy subjects predict fMRI brain activation patterns related to major depression. Psychiatry Research. 183: 105-13
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