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    • Anxiety and the creation of the scapegoated other 

      Gentry, Caron Eileen (2015) - Journal article
      This article examines how anxiety saturates the neo-Orientalist driven thesis of new terrorism, especially in how both anxiety and new terrorism are related to the unknown. Of particular importance is the description of ...
    • Deficits in facial, body movement and vocal emotional processing in autism spectrum disorders 

      Philip, R. C. M.; Whalley, H. C.; Stanfield, A. C.; Sprengelmeyer, Reiner Heinrich; Santos, I. M.; Young, A. W.; Atkinson, A. P.; Calder, A. J.; Johnstone, E. C.; Lawrie, S. M.; Hall, J. (2010-11) - Journal article
      Background. Previous behavioural and neuroimaging studies of emotion processing in autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) have focused on the use of facial stimuli. To date, however, no studies have examined emotion processing ...
    • Embodied metaphors and emotions in the moralization of restrained eating practices 

      Sheikh, Sana; Botindari, Lucia; White, Emma (2013-05) - Journal article
      Moralization is the process whereby preferences are converted to values (Rozin, 1999). Two studies used an embodied metaphor approach, in which moral metaphors are grounded in one’s sense of physical cleanliness, to ...
    • Emotion-color associations in the context of the face 

      Thorstenson, Christopher A.; Elliot, Andrew J.; Pazda, Adam D.; Perrett, David Ian; Xiao, Dengke (2018-10) - Journal article
      Facial expressions of emotion contain important information that is perceived and used by observers to understand others’ emotional state. While there has been considerable research into perceptions of facial musculature ...
    • The experience of participating in crowds : shared identity, relatedness and emotionality 

      Neville, Fergus Gilmour (University of St Andrews, 2012-06-19) - Thesis
      The aim of this thesis is to extend the social identity model of crowd behaviour (Reicher, 1984, 1987, 1996) by exploring the experience of collective participation, with an emphasis upon quality of within-crowd social ...
    • Exposing practical, psychological and pedagogical shadow sides of experiential learning 

      Wright, April; Hibbert, Paul Charles; Strong, Ross; Edwards, Marissa (2018-12-01) - Journal article
      This paper is based first-person experience with Experiential Learning (EL) practices in an undergraduate introductory management course. We consider how a challenging EL activity, based on volunteering during recovery ...
    • The gateway to a social analysis : diplomatic crises in post-Cold war Sino-US relations 

      Shepperd, Taryn Daniella (University of St Andrews, 2010) - Thesis
      Following the end of the Cold War and the political fall-out from the Tiananmen incident, the US and China ended the last century and began the new one with three well publicised fall outs: the 1995-96 Taiwan Straits ...
    • Humiliation : understanding its nature, experience and consequences 

      Jogdand, Yashpal Ashokrao (University of St Andrews, 2015) - Thesis
      This thesis examined the nature, experience and consequences of humiliation among Dalits (ex-Untouchables) in India (and also among UK students for comparative purposes). Social psychological research looks at humiliation ...
    • Inconsistent emotion recognition deficits across stimulus modalities in Huntington's disease 

      Rees, Elin M.; Farmer, Ruth; Cole, James H.; Henley, Susie M. D.; Sprengelmeyer, Reiner; Frost, Chris; Scahill, Rachael I.; Hobbs, Nicola Z.; Tabrizi, Sarah J. (2014-11) - Journal article
      Background: Recognition of negative emotions is impaired in Huntington's Disease (HD). It is unclear whether these emotion-specific problems are driven by dissociable cognitive deficits, emotion complexity, test cue ...
    • Literary ethnography of evidence-based healthcare : accessing the emotions of rational-technical discourse 

      Reid, Benet (2016-11-30) - Journal article
      In this article I revisit the idea of literary ethnography (proposed by Van de Poel-Knottnerus and Knottnerus, 1994) as a method for investigating social phenomena constituted principally through literature. I report the ...
    • Nasal temperature drop in response to a playback of conspecific fights in chimpanzees : a thermo-imaging study 

      Kano, Fumihiro; Hirata, Satoshi; Deschner, Tobias; Behringer, Verena; Call, Josep (2016-03-01) - Journal article
      Emotion is one of the central topics in animal studies and is likely to attract attention substantially in the coming years. Recent studies have developed a thermo-imaging technique to measure the facial skin temperature ...
    • The role of emotion-arousal in Aristotle’s Rhetoric 

      Dow, Jamie P.G. (University of St Andrews, 2008-06-25) - Thesis
      The principal claim defended in this thesis is that for Aristotle arousing the emotions of others can amount to giving them proper grounds for conviction, and hence a skill in doing so is properly part of an expertise in ...
    • Sex differences in performance on a cognitive bias task in Norway rats 

      Brown, Gillian Ruth; Cullum, Philippa; Martin, Stacey; Healy, Susan Denise (2016-12) - Journal article
      Cognitive biases, which are defined as distortions in cognitive processes that are influenced by a background emotional state, can provide information about an individual’s affective state. For instance, negative cognitive ...
    • Verona Coding Definitions of Emotional Sequences (VR-CoDES) : conceptual framework and future directions 

      Piccolo, Lidia Del; Finset, Arnstein; Mellblom, Anneli V.; Figueiredo-Braga, Margarida; Korsvold, Live; Zhou, Yuefang; Zimmermann, Christa; Humphris, Gerald (2017-12) - Journal item
      Objective: To discuss the theoretical and empirical framework of VR-CoDES and potential future direction in research based on the coding system. Methods: The paper is based on selective review of papers relevant to the ...