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Pool, E.R.., Brosch T., Delplanque S., & Sander D. (2016). Attentional Bias for Positive Emotional Stimuli: A Meta-Analytic Investigation. Psychological Bulletin. 142(1), 79-106.
Sennwald, V.., Pool E.R.., Brosch T., Delplanque S., Bianchi-Demicheli F.., & Sander D. (2016). Emotional Attention for Erotic Stimuli: Cognitive and Brain Mechanisms. Journal of Comparative Neurology. 524, 1668–1675.
Stussi, Y.., Brosch T., & Sander D. (2015). Learning to fear depends on emotion and gaze interaction: The role of self-relevance in fear learning. Biological Psychology. 109, 232-238.
Brosch, T., Patel M.. K., & Sander D. (2014). Affective influences on energy-related decisions and behaviors. Frontiers in Energy Research. 2, 11.
Brosch, T., & Sander D. (2013). The appraising brain: Towards a neuro-cognitive model of appraisal processes in emotion. Emotion Review. 5, 163-168.
Montagrin, A., Brosch T., & Sander D. (2013). Goal conduciveness as a key determinant of memory facilitation. Emotion. 13, 622-628.
Bombari, D., Schmid Mast M., Brosch T., & Sander D. (2013). How interpersonal power affects empathic accuracy: differential roles of mentalizing vs. mirroring?. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 375,
Brosch, T., Scherer K. R., Grandjean D., & Sander D. (2013). The impact of emotion on perception, attention, memory, and decision-making. Swiss Medical Weekly. 143, w13786.
Brosch, T., Bar-David E., & Phelps E. A. (2013). Implicit race bias decreases the similarity of neural representations of black and white faces. Psychological Science. 24, 160-166.
Brosch, T., Schiller D., Mojdehbakhsh R., Uleman J., & Phelps E. A. (2013). Neural mechanisms underlying the integration of situational information into attribution outcomes. Social Cognitive and Affective Neurosciences. 8, 640-646.
Brosch, T., & Sander D. (2013). Neurocognitive mechanisms underlying value-based decision-making: From core values to economic value. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7, 398.
Brosch, T. (2013). On the role of appraisal processes in the construction of emotion. Emotion Review. 5, 369-373.
Wieser, M.. J., & Brosch T. (2012). Faces in context: A review and systematization of contextual influences on affective face processing. Frontiers in Psychology. 3, 471.
Brosch, T., & Van Bavel J.. (2012). The flexibility of emotional attention: Accessible social identities guide rapid attentional orienting. Cognition. 125, 309-316.
Brosch, T., Coppin G., Schwartz S., & Sander D. (2012). The importance of actions and the worth of an object: dissociable neural systems representing core value and economic value. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 7, 497-505.
Cunningham, W., & Brosch T. (2012). Motivational salience: Amygdala tuning from traits, needs, values, and goals. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 21, 54-59.
Brosch, T., Pourtois G., Sander D., & Vuilleumier P. (2011). Additive effects of emotional, endogenous, and exogenous attention: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Neuropsychologia. 49, 1779-1787.
Brosch, T., Coppin G., Scherer K. R., Schwartz S., & Sander D. (2011). Generating value(s): Psychological value hierarchies reflect context-dependent sensitivity of the reward system. Social Neuroscience. 6, 198-208.
Brosch, T., & Wieser M. J. (2011). The (non)automaticity of amygdala responses to threat – On the issue of fast signals and slow measures.. Journal of Neuroscience. 31, 14451-14452.
Brosch, T., Grandjean D., Sander D., & Scherer K. R. (2009). Cross-modal emotional attention: Emotional voices modulate early stages of visual processing. Journal of Neuroscience. 21, 1670-1679.
Scherer, K. R., & Brosch T. (2009). Culture-specific appraisal biases contribute to emotion dispositions. European Journal of Personality. 23(1), 265-288.
Brosch, T., & Scherer K. R. (2009). Das Komponenten-Prozess-Modell - ein integratives Emotionsmodell [The component process model of emotion - an integrative model of emotion]. (Brandstätter, V., & Otto J. H., Ed.).Handbuch der Allgemeinen Psychologie: Motivation und Emotion. 446-456.
Brosch, T., Grandjean D., Sander D., & Scherer K. R. (2008). Behold the voice of wrath: Cross-modal modulation of visual attention by anger prosody. Cognition. 106(3), 1497-1503.
Brosch, T., Sander D., Pourtois G., & Scherer K. R. (2008). Beyond fear: Rapid spatial orienting toward positive emotional stimuli. Psychological Science. 19, 362-370.