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    Sander, D., Grandjean D., & Scherer K. R. (2005).  A systems approach to appraisal mechanisms in emotion. Neural Networks. 18, 317-352. (645.1 KB)
    Lombardo, P. (2011).  L'émotion entretien avec Klaus Scherer. Faces Journal d'architecture 69. 69(69), 4-6.
    Scherer, K. R. (2001).  Appraisal considered as a process of multi-level sequential checking. (Scherer, K. R., Schorr A., & Johnstone T., Ed.).Appraisal processes in emotion: Theory, Methods, Research. 92-120. (1.47 MB)
    Sander, D. (2012).  The role of the amygdala in the appraising brain [commentary]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 35(3), 161-161. (57.6 KB)
    Dael, N.., Mortillaro M., & Scherer K. R. (2012).  Emotion expression in body action and posture. Emotion. 12(5), 1085-1101. (549.24 KB)
    Mortillaro, M., Mehu M., & Scherer K. R. (2011).  Subtly different positive emotions can be distinguished by their facial expressions. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2(3), 262-271. (671.96 KB)
    Kreibig, S. D. (2010).  Affective Engagement-Psychophysiological Research on the Interaction of Affect and Motivation Viewed from an Action Phases Model. Symposium chaired at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Motivation.
    Van Reekum, C. M., & Scherer K. R. (1998).  Levels of processing in appraisal: Evidence from computer-game generated emotions. (Fischer, A., Ed.).Proceedings of the Xth Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions. 180-185. (383.32 KB)
    Scherer, K. R. (1993).  Studying the emotion-antecedent appraisal process: An expert system approach. Cognition and Emotion. 7(3/4), 323-355. (729.51 KB)
    Scherer, K. R., & Delplanque S. (2009).  Emotions, signal processing, and behaviour. Chemosensory Perception Symposium 2009.
    Johnstone, T., Van Reekum C. M., & Scherer K. R. (2001).  Vocal correlates of appraisal processes. (Scherer, K. R., Schorr A., & Johnstone T., Ed.).Appraisal processes in emotion: Theory, methods, research. 271-284. (1.06 MB)
    Sander, D., Grafman J., & Zalla T. (2003).  The human amygdala: An evolved system for relevance detection. Reviews in the Neurosciences. 14(4), 303-316. (1.13 MB)