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2004
Grandjean, D., Scherer K. R., & Roesch E. B. (2004).  Are primary appraisal checks sequential? An ERPs study. International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE).  (318.89 KB)
2004
Roesch, E. B. (2004).  D0a - Periodic report HUMAINE Jan-Dec 2004. HUMAINE, Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotions, IST-FP6 Contract No 507422.
Roesch, E. B. (2004).  D3a - Proceedings of the first HUMAINE workshop: Theories and Models. HUMAINE, Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotions, IST-FP6 Contract No 507422.
Roesch, E. B., & Scherer K. R. (2004).  D3b - Proposal for methods toolbox. HUMAINE, Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotions, IST-FP6 Contract No 507422.
Roesch, E. B., Bänziger T., & Scherer K. R. (2004).  D3d - Description of potential exemplars: Theories and Models. HUMAINE, Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotions, IST-FP6 Contract No 507422.
2005
Roesch, E. B., Bänziger T., & Scherer K. R. (2005).  D3e - Proposal for exemplars and work towards it: Theories and Models. HUMAINE, Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotions, IST-FP6 Contract No 507422.  (597.57 KB)
2006
Roesch, E. B., Sander D., & Scherer K. R. (2006).  Studying the temporal dynamics of attention to relevant stimuli. Introductory Day of the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences.
2005
Bornand, C., Camurri A., Castellano G., Catheline S., Crevoisier A., Roesch E. B., et al. (2005).  Usability evaluation and comparison of prototypes of tangible acoustic interfaces. ENACTIVE/05 – 2nd International Conference on Enactive Interfaces.  (390.8 KB)
Scherer, K. R., Roesch E. B., & Flykt A. (2005).  Using computational models to disambiguate emotion theories. International Society for Research on Emotion.
2004
Grandjean, D., & Roesch E. B. (2004).  Wavelets analysis applied to emotional signals. (HUMAINE, Ed.).Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotions. xx-xx. (838.8 KB)
2007
Fontaine, J. R., Scherer K. R., Roesch E. B., & Ellsworth P. (2007).  The world of emotion is not two-dimensional. Psychological Science. 18(2), 1050-1057. (183.77 KB)