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Sander, D. (In Press).  Models of emotion: the affective neuroscience approach. (Armony, J.. L., & Vuilleumier P.., Ed.).Handbook of Human Affective Neuroscience. -.
2014
Brosch, T., Patel M.. K., & Sander D. (2014).  Affective influences on energy-related decisions and behaviors. Frontiers in Energy Research. 2, 11. Brosch et al. (2014) Affective influences on energy-related decisions and behaviors.pdf (427.78 KB)
Coppin, G., Delplanque S., Bernard C., Cekic S., Porcherot C., Cayeux I., et al. (2014).  Choice Both Affects and Reflects Preferences. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 67(7), 1415-1427.
Frühholz, S., Sander D., & Grandjean D. (2014).  Functional neuroimaging of human vocalizations and affective speech. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Ischer, J.M.., Baron N.., Mermoud C.., Cayeux I., Porcherot C., Sander D., et al. (2014).  How incorporation of scents could enhance immersive virtual experiences. Frontiers in Psychology.
Lalot, F.., Delplanque S., & Sander D. (2014).  Mindful regulation of positive emotions: a comparison with reappraisal and expressive suppression.. Frontiers in Emotion Science.
Pool, E.R.., Delplanque S., Porcherot C., Jenkins T.., Cayeux I., & Sander D. (2014).  Sweet reward increases implicit discrimination of similar odors. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.
Pool, E.R.., Brosch T., Delplanque S., & Sander D. (2014).  Where is the chocolate? Rapid spatial orienting toward stimuli associated with primary rewards. Cognition. 130(3), 348-359.
2013
Ferdenzi, C., Delplanque S., Barbosa P.., Court K.., Guinard J.. X., Guo T.., et al. (2013).  Affective semantic space of scents. Towards a universal scale to measure self-reported odor- related feelings.. Food Quality and Preference. 30, 128–138.
Brosch, T., & Sander D. (2013).  The appraising brain: Towards a neuro-cognitive model of appraisal processes in emotion. Emotion Review. 5, 163-168.
Clément, F.., Bernard S.., Grandjean D., & Sander D. (2013).  Emotional Expression and Vocabulary Learning in Adults and Children. Cognition and Emotion. 27(3), 539-48.
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, Bombari et al. 2013 - Frontiers.pdf (948.6 KB)
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.
Vrticka, P., Sander D., & Vuilleumier P. (2013).  Lateralized Interactive Social Content and Valence Processing within the Human Amygdala. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6(358), -. Vrticka_et_al_fnhum-06-00358.pdf (2.11 MB)
Shuman, V.., Sander D., & Scherer K. R. (2013).  Levels of valence.. Frontiers in Psychology. 4,
Vrticka, P., Simioni S., Fornari E., Schluep M., Vuilleumier P., & Sander D. (2013).  Neural Substrates of Social Emotion Regulation: A fMRI study on Imitation and Expressive Suppression to Dynamic Facial Signals. Frontiers in Emotion Science. 4(95),  Vrticka_et_al_Front_Psych_2013.pdf (1.32 MB)
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 & Sander (2013) From core values to economic value.pdf (1.31 MB)
Coppin, G., & Sander D. (2013).  Neuropsychologie affective et Olfaction : étudier la sensibilité de l’amygdale aux odeurs pour tester les théories de l’émotion. (Schaal, B.., & Ferdenzi C.., Ed.).Odeurs et émotions. 383-398.
Ferdenzi, C., Roberts S. C., Schirmer A., Delplanque S., Cekic S., Porcherot C., et al. (2013).  Variability of affective responses to odors: Culture, gender and olfactory knowledge. Chemical Senses. 38(2), 175-186.
Ferdenzi, C., Patel S., Mehu-Blantar I., Khidasheli M., Sander D., & Delplanque S. (2013).  Voice attractiveness: Influence of stimulus duration and type. Behavior Research Methods. 45 (2), 405-413.
2012
Bediou, B., Koban L., Rosset S., Pourtois G., & Sander D. (2012).  Delayed monitoring of accuracy errors compared to commission errors in ACC. NeuroImage. 60, 1925-1936.
Delplanque, S., Chrea C., Grandjean D., Ferdenzi C., Cayeux I., Porcherot C., et al. (2012).  How to map the affective semantic space of scents. Cognition and Emotion. 26(5), 885-898.
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. Brosch et al. (2012).SCAN_.pdf (365.76 KB)
Vrticka, P., Sander D., & Vuilleumier P. (2012).  The Influence of Adult Attachment Style on the Perception of Social and Nonsocial Emotional Scenes. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 29(4), 530-544. Vrticka_et_al_JSPR_2012.pdf (303.78 KB)
Nahum, L., Barcellona-Lehmann S., Morand S., Sander D., & Schnider A. (2012).  The intrinsic emotional relevance of outcomes and prediction error influence early processing of subsequent stimulus during reversal learning. Journal of Psychophysiology. 26(1), 42–50. Nahum2012_JOP.pdf (1.63 MB)
Vrticka, P., Bondolfi G., Sander D., & Vuilleumier P. (2012).  The Neural Substrates of Social Emotion Perception and Regulation are modulated by Adult Attachment Style. Social Neuroscience. 7(5), 473-493. Vrticka_et_al_Social_Neuroscience_2012.pdf (874.3 KB)
Sacharin, V., Sander D., & Scherer K. R. (2012).  The Perception of Changing Emotion Expressions. Cognition & Emotion. 26(7), 1273-1300. Sacharin_etal_CE_proofed_1.doc (1.65 MB) Supplementary Materials_Dec2011.doc (200 KB)
Sander, D. (2012).  The role of the amygdala in the appraising brain [commentary]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 35(3), 161-161. Sander_bbs_2012.pdf (57.6 KB)
Bediou, B., Sacharin V., Hill C., Sander D., & Scherer K. R. (2012).  Sharing the Fruit of Labor: Flexible Application of Justice Principles in an Ultimatum Game with Joint-Production. Social Justice Research. 25(1), 25-40.

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