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Krumhuber, E., & Kappas A. (2005). The role of dynamic components for the perception of the genuineness of smiles. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 29, 3-24.
Krumhuber, E., Manstead A. S. R., & Kappas A. (2007). Temporal aspects of facial displays in person and expression perception. The effects of smile dynamics, head-tilt and gender. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 31, 39-56.
Krumhuber, E., & Kappas A. (2003). Moving smiles: The influence of the dynamic components on the perception of smile-genuineness.. 10th European Conference on Facial Expressions.
Krumhuber, E. (2004). Signal value of dynamic cues in the perception of male and female smiles. Fifth Inter-University Graduate Conference on Social Psychology.
Krumhuber, E., Cosker E., Manstead A. S. R., Marshall D., & Rosin P. (2005). Synthetic humans for the study of subtle temporal aspects in facial displays. XIVth Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions.
Krumhuber, E., Cosker D., Manstead A. S. R., Marshall D., & Rosin P. (2005). Temporal aspects of smiles influence employment decisions: A comparison of human and synthetic faces. 11th European Conference Facial Expressions: Measurement and Meaning.
Krumhuber, E., & Manstead A. S. R. (2005). Temporal aspects of smiles: A comparison of human and synthetic faces. Cardiff University Postgraduate Conference.