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Functional smiles: Tools for love, sympathy, and war
M Rychlowska, RE Jack, OGB Garrod, PG Schyns, JD Martin, ...
Psychological science 28 (9), 1259-1270, 2017
2122017
Smiles as multipurpose social signals
J Martin, M Rychlowska, A Wood, P Niedenthal
Trends in cognitive sciences 21 (11), 864-877, 2017
1982017
Towards a social functional account of laughter: Acoustic features convey reward, affiliation, and dominance
A Wood, J Martin, P Niedenthal
PloS one 12 (8), e0183811, 2017
852017
Emojis as social information in digital communication.
TM Erle, K Schmid, SH Goslar, JD Martin
Emotion 22 (7), 1529, 2022
392022
Functionally distinct smiles elicit different physiological responses in an evaluative context
JD Martin, HC Abercrombie, E Gilboa-Schechtman, PM Niedenthal
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 3558, 2018
242018
Evidence for distinct facial signals of reward, affiliation, and dominance from both perception and production tasks
JD Martin, A Wood, WTL Cox, S Sievert, R Nowak, E Gilboa-Schechtman, ...
Affective Science 2, 14-30, 2021
212021
Personality across world regions predicts variability in the structure of face impressions
DW Oh, JD Martin, JB Freeman
Psychological science 33 (8), 1240-1256, 2022
142022
Dominance, reward, and affiliation smiles modulate the meaning of uncooperative or untrustworthy behaviour
M Rychlowska, J van der Schalk, P Niedenthal, J Martin, SM Carpenter, ...
Cognition and Emotion 35 (7), 1281-1301, 2021
132021
A sad thumbs up: incongruent gestures and disrupted sensorimotor activity both slow processing of facial expressions
A Wood, JD Martin, MW Alibali, PM Niedenthal
Cognition and Emotion 33 (6), 1196-1209, 2018
122018
Valuation of emotion underlies cultural variation in cardiovascular stress responses.
J Yoo, J Martin, P Niedenthal, Y Miyamoto
Emotion 22 (8), 1801, 2022
92022
Brain-wide mapping reveals that engrams for a single memory are distributed across multiple brain regions. Nat. Commun. 13, 1799
DS Roy, YG Park, ME Kim, Y Zhang, SK Ogawa, N DiNapoli, X Gu, ...
92022
Emojis as social information in digital communication. Emotion. Advance online publication
TM Erle, K Schmid, SH Goslar, JD Martin
52021
Semantic similarity of social functional smiles and laughter
A Wood, S Sievert, J Martin
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 46 (4), 399-420, 2022
32022
Living in ancestrally diverse states of the United States is associated with greater vagal tone
EG Harrod, I Shrira, JD Martin, PM Niedenthal
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 1068456, 2023
22023
Low cardiac vagal control is associated with genetic liability for elevated triglycerides and risky health behaviors
JD Martin, FD Mann, RF Krueger
Biological psychology 153, 107892, 2020
22020
Reward, affiliation, and dominance smiles communicate different social motives following trust violations
M Rychlowska, J van der Schalk, P Niedenthal, J Martin, SM Carpenter, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
12020
Gender Differences in the Form and Function of Naturally Occurring Smiles
Z Hansen, P Niedenthal, J Martin, A Wood
Collabra: Psychology 10 (1), 2024
2024
Correction to: Evidence for Distinct Facial Signals of Reward, Affiliation, and Dominance from Both Perception and Production Tasks
JD Martin, A Wood, WTL Cox, S Sievert, R Nowak, E Gilboa-Schechtman, ...
Affective Science 2 (1), 31, 2021
2021
PSA001 (Martin, Wood, & Oh)
J Martin, AR WOOD, DW Oh
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
PSA001 Secondary Analysis Challenge
J Martin, A Wood, DW Oh
OSF, 2019
2019
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