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    Cautions in the Study of Infant Emotional Displays.Matthew J. Hertenstein - 2010 - Emotion Review 2 (2):130-131.
    Camras and Shutter persuasively argue for the complexity of infant emotional displays and provide evidence in opposition to some of the central claims of Differential Emotions Theory (DET). I discuss two points of caution to the study of emotion that are implicitly raised by the target article and describe briefly directions for research in the field.
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    Discomfort and avoidance of touch: new insights on the emotional deficits of social anxiety.Todd B. Kashdan, James Doorley, Melissa C. Stiksma & Matthew J. Hertenstein - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (8):1638-1646.
    Physical touch is central to the emotional intimacy that separates romantic relationships from other social contexts. In this study of 256 adults, we examined whether individual differences in social anxiety influenced comfort with and avoidance of physical touch. Because of prior work on sex difference in touch use, touch comfort, and social anxiety symptoms and impairment, we explored sex-specific findings. We found evidence that women with greater social anxiety were less comfortable with touch and more avoidant of touch in same-sex (...)
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    Contact high: Mania proneness and positive perception of emotional touches.Paul K. Piff, Amanda Purcell, June Gruber, Matthew J. Hertenstein & Dacher Keltner - 2012 - Cognition and Emotion 26 (6):1116-1123.