Over the past three decades a total of 351 studies have been performed with the VU-AMS device. You can use our search tool below to navigate through our publication inventory using keywords on title, author, or publication year to find if we have published papers in your field of interest.

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Weakened sympathetic response and lower parasympathetic activity in intimate partner violence perpetrators when empathizing: Influence of autonomous activation in affective approach and prosocial behavior

Comes-Fayos, Moreno, Lila, Romero-Martínez & Moya-Albiol 2024

Neurobiological Responses towards Stimuli Depicting Aggressive Interactions in Delinquent Young Adults and Controls: No Relation to Reactive and Proactive Aggression

ter Harmsel, van Dongen, Zijlmans, van der Pol, Marhe & Popma 2022

Potential classroom stressors of teachers: An audiovisual and physiological approach

Junker, Donker & Mainhard 2021

Examining the effect of hunger on responses to pathogen cues and novel foods

Perone, Çınar, D'ursi, Durmuşoğlu, Lal & Tybur 2021

Associations between teachers’ interpersonal behavior, physiological arousal, and lesson-focused emotions

Donker, van Gog, Goetz, Roos & Mainhard 2020

Common oxytocin polymorphisms interact with maternal verbal aggression in early infancy impacting blood pressure at age 5-6: The ABCD study

Smarius, Strieder, Doreleijers, Vrijkotte, Zafarmand & Rooij 2019

Should heart rate variability be “corrected” for heart rate? Biological, quantitative, and interpretive considerations

de Geus, Gianaros, Brindle, Jennings & Berntson 2019

Maternal verbally aggressive behavior in early infancy is associated with blood pressure at age 5–6

Smarius, Strieder, Doreleijers, Vrijkotte & Rooij 2018

A Quantitative Exploration of Two Teachers with Contrasting Emotions: Intra-Individual Process Analyses of Physiology and Interpersonal Behavior

Donker, van Gog & Mainhard 2018

Early life adversities and adolescent antisocial behavior: The role of cardiac autonomic nervous system reactivity in the TRAILS study

Sijtsema, Van Roon, Groot & Riese 2015