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  1. Matching between oral inward–outward movements of object names and oral movements associated with denoted objects.Sascha Topolinski, Lea Boecker, Thorsten M. Erle, Giti Bakhtiari & Diane Pecher - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (1):3-18.
  • Evidence for the embodiment of the automatic approach bias.Johannes Solzbacher, Artur Czeszumski, Sven Walter & Peter König - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Tendencies of approach and avoidance seem to be a universal characteristic of humans. Specifically, individuals are faster in avoiding than in approaching negative stimuli and they are faster in approaching than in avoiding positive stimuli. The existence of this automatic approach-avoidance bias has been demonstrated in many studies. Furthermore, this bias is thought to play a key role in psychiatric disorders like drug addiction and phobias. However, its mechanisms are far from clear. Theories of embodied cognition postulate that the nature (...)
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  • Approach and Avoidance During Routine Behavior and During Surprise in a Non-evaluative Task: Surprise Matters and So Does the Valence of the Surprising Event.Achim Schützwohl - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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  • On the automatic link between affect and tendencies to approach and avoid: Chen and Bargh revisited.Mark Rotteveel, Alexander Gierholz, Gijs Koch, Cherelle van Aalst, Yair Pinto, Dora Matzke, Helen Steingroever, Josine Verhagen, Titia F. Beek, Ravi Selker, Adam Sasiadek & Eric-Jan Wagenmakers - 2015 - Frontiers in Psychology 6.
  • The processing of task-irrelevant emotion and colour in the Approach-Avoidance Task.Xijia Luo, Mike Rinck, Harold Bekkering & Eni S. Becker - 2019 - Cognition and Emotion 33 (3):548-562.
    ABSTRACTWhen processing information about human faces, we have to integrate different sources of information like skin colour and emotional expression. In 3 experiments, we investigated how these features are processed in a top-down manner when task instructions determine the relevance of features, and in a bottom-up manner when the stimulus features themselves determine process priority. In Experiment 1, participants learned to respond with approach-avoidance movements to faces that presented both emotion and colour features. For each participant, only one of these (...)
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  • Looking into your eyes: observed pupil size influences approach-avoidance responses.Marco Brambilla, Marco Biella & Mariska E. Kret - 2018 - Cognition and Emotion 33 (3):616-622.
    ABSTRACTThe eyes reveal important social messages, such as emotions and whether a person is aroused and interested or bored and fatigued. A growing body of research has also shown that individuals with large pupils are generally evaluated positively by observers, while those with small pupils are perceived negatively. Here, we examined whether observed pupil size influences approach-avoidance tendencies. Participants performed an Approach-Avoidance Task using faces with large and small pupil sizes. Results showed that pupil size influences the accuracy of arm (...)
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