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Tanja S. H. Wingenbach
Tanja S. H. Wingenbach
Lecturer in Psychology, University of Reading
Verified email at reading.ac.uk
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Sex differences in facial emotion recognition across varying expression intensity levels from videos
TSH Wingenbach, C Ashwin, M Brosnan
PLoS ONE 13 ((1): e0190634), 2018
1562018
Validation of the Amsterdam Dynamic Facial Expression Set – Bath Intensity Variations (ADFES-BIV): A Set of Videos Expressing Low, Intermediate, and High Intensity Emotions
TSH Wingenbach, C Ashwin, M Brosnan
PLoS ONE 11 (1), 2016
1252016
Diminished sensitivity and specificity at recognising facial emotional expressions of varying intensity underlie emotion-specific recognition deficits in autism spectrum disorders
TSH Wingenbach, C Ashwin, M Brosnan
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 34, 52-61, 2017
622017
Estimating the heritability of reporting stressful life events captured by common genetic variants
62*2012
Facial mimicry, facial emotion recognition and alexithymia in post-traumatic stress disorder
S Passardi, P Peyk, M Rufer, TSH Wingenbach, MC Pfaltz
Behaviour research and therapy 122, 103436, 2019
482019
Perception of Discrete Emotions in Others: Evidence for Distinct Facial Mimicry Patterns
TSH Wingenbach, M Brosnan, MC Pfaltz, P Peyk, C Ashwin
Scientific Reports 10 (4692), 2020
382020
Writing about gratitude increases emotion-regulation efficacy
PS Boggio, ACA Giglio, CK Nakao, TSH Wingenbach, LM Marques, ...
The Journal of Positive Psychology 15 (6), 783-794, 2020
342020
Incongruence between observers’ and observed facial muscle activation reduces recognition of emotional facial expressions from video stimuli
TSH Wingenbach, M Brosnan, MC Pfaltz, MM Plichta, C Ashwin
Frontiers in psychology 9, 340260, 2018
212018
Impaired recognition of positive emotions in individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder, cumulative traumatic exposure, and dissociation
S Passardi, P Peyk, M Rufer, MM Plichta, C Mueller-Pfeiffer, ...
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 87 (2), 118-120, 2018
192018
Don’t get too close to me: depressed and non-depressed survivors of child maltreatment prefer larger comfortable interpersonal distances towards strangers
AM Lüönd, L Wolfensberger, TSH Wingenbach, U Schnyder, ...
European journal of psychotraumatology 13 (1), 2066457, 2022
142022
Development and validation of verbal emotion vignettes in Portuguese, English, and German
TSH Wingenbach, LY Morello, AL Hack, PS Boggio
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 446201, 2019
112019
Implicit responses in the judgment of attractiveness in faces with differing levels of makeup.
WE Comfort, BN de Andrade, TSH Wingenbach, D Causeur, PS Boggio
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 17 (1), 29, 2023
82023
Evaluations of affective stimuli modulated by another person’s presence and affiliative touch.
TSH Wingenbach, B Ribeiro, C Nakao, J Gruber, PS Boggio
Emotion 21 (2), 360, 2021
82021
Facial EMG–investigating the interplay of facial muscles and emotions
TSH Wingenbach
Social and affective neuroscience of everyday human interaction, 283–300, 2023
72023
Adults with a history of childhood maltreatment with and without mental disorders show alterations in the recognition of facial expressions
LL Hautle, L Jellestad, S Schenkel, TSH Wingenbach, P Peyk, ...
European journal of psychotraumatology 14 (2), 2214388, 2023
32023
Social and affective neuroscience of everyday human interaction: From theory to methodology
PS Boggio, TSH Wingenbach, ML da Silveira Coęlho, WE Comfort, ...
Springer Nature, 2023
32023
Shaping benign and malicious envy in organizations
RK Smith, TSH Wingenbach, RH Smith
Social Functions of Emotion and Talking About Emotion at Work 1, 103, 2018
32018
Social and affective neuroscience of embodiment
ML da Silveira Coęlho, TSH Wingenbach, PS Boggio
Social and Affective Neuroscience of Everyday Human Interaction: From Theory …, 2022
22022
Playing Pokemon Go: Increased Life Satisfaction Through More (Positive) Social Interactions
TSH Wingenbach, Y Zana
Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 2022
22022
Facial emotion expression, recognition and production of varying intensity in the typical population and on the autism spectrum
TSH Wingenbach
University of Bath, 2016
12016
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