Publications

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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Title Authors Date

When closeness is effortful: Teachers’ physiological activation undermines positive effects of their closeness on student emotions

Mainhard, Donker & van Gog 2022

Psychophysiological responses to sadness in girls and boys with conduct disorder

Oldenhof, Jansen, Ackermann, Baker, Batchelor, Baumann, Bernhard, Clanton, Dochnal, Fehlbaum, Fernandez-Rivas, Goergen, Gonzalez de Artaza-Lavesa, Gonzalez-Madruga, Gonzalez-Torres, Gundlach, Lotte van der Hoeven, Kalogerakis, Kapornai, Kieser, Konsta, Martinelli, Pauli, Rogers, Smaragdi, Sesma-Pardo, Siklósi, Steppan, Tsiakoulia, Vermeiren, Vriends, Werner, Herpertz-Dahlmann, Kohls, De Brito, Konrad, Stadler, Fairchild, Freitag & Popma 2022

Effect of excessive infant crying on resting BP, HRV and cardiac autonomic control in childhood

Smarius, Eijsden, Strieder, Doreleijers, Gemke, Vrijkotte & Rooij 2018

Vagal activity is quadratically related to prosocial traits, prosocial emotions, and observer perceptions of prosociality

Kogan, Oveis, Carr, Gruber, Mauss, Shallcross, Impett, van der Lowe, Hui, Cheng & Keltner 2014

Guilt and pride are heartfelt, but not equally so

Fourie, Rauch, Morgan, Ellis, Jordaan & Thomas 2011

Autonomic specificity of basic emotions: Evidence from pattern classification and cluster analysis

Stephens, Christie & Friedman 2010

Resting respiratory sinus arrhythmia is associated with tonic positive emotionality

Oveis, Cohen, Gruber, Shiota, Haidt & Keltner 2009

Can the distress-signal and arousal-reduction views of crying be reconciled? Evidence from the cardiovascular system

Hendriks, Rottenberg & Vingerhoets 2007

Autonomic specificity of discrete emotion and dimensions of affective space: a multivariate approach

Christie & Friedman 2004