Ursula Hess, Ph.D.

1992-2012 Psychology Université du Québec à Montréal 
 2010- Psychology Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
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Czarna AZ, Mauersberger H, Kastendieck T, et al. (2023) Narcissism predicts noise perception but not signal decoding in emotion. Scientific Reports. 13: 14457
Kafetsios K, Hess U. (2023) Reconceptualizing Emotion Recognition Ability. Journal of Intelligence. 11
Flykt A, Dewari A, Fallhagen M, et al. (2023) Emotion recognition accuracy only weakly predicts empathic accuracy in a standard paradigm and in real life interactions. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1154236
Liu M, Schwab J, Hess U. (2023) Language and face in interactions: emotion perception, social meanings, and communicative intentions. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1146494
Kobylińska D, Lewczuk K, Wizła M, et al. (2023) Effectiveness of emotion regulation strategies measured by self-report and EMG as a result of strategy used, negative emotion strength and participants' baseline HRV. Scientific Reports. 13: 6226
Davis JD, Coulson S, Blaison C, et al. (2022) Mimicry of partially occluded emotional faces: do we mimic what we see or what we know? Cognition & Emotion. 1-21
Mauersberger H, Kastendieck T, Hess U. (2022) I looked at you, you looked at me, I smiled at you, you smiled at me-The impact of eye contact on emotional mimicry. Frontiers in Psychology. 13: 970954
Mauersberger H, Kastendieck T, Hetmann A, et al. (2022) The different shades of laughter: when do we laugh and when do we mimic other's laughter? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 377: 20210188
Hess U, Fischer A. (2022) Emotional mimicry as social regulator: theoretical considerations. Cognition & Emotion. 1-9
Mauersberger H, Tune JL, Kastendieck T, et al. (2022) Higher heart rate variability predicts better affective interaction quality in non-intimate social interactions. Psychophysiology. e14084
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