Marcello Mortillaro
Marcello Mortillaro
Senior Scientist, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva
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The INTERSPEECH 2013 computational paralinguistics challenge: Social signals, conflict, emotion, autism
B Schuller, S Steidl, A Batliner, A Vinciarelli, K Scherer, F Ringeval, ...
Proceedings INTERSPEECH 2013, 14th Annual Conference of the International …, 2013
Emotion expression in body action and posture.
N Dael, M Mortillaro, KR Scherer
Emotion 12 (5), 1085-1101, 2012
Introducing the Geneva Multimodal Expression Corpus for experimental research on emotion perception.
T Bänziger, M Mortillaro, KR Scherer
Emotion 12 (5), 1161-1179, 2012
On the acoustics of emotion in audio: what speech, music, and sound have in common
F Weninger, F Eyben, BW Schuller, M Mortillaro, KR Scherer
Frontiers in psychology 4, 292, 2013
In the eye of the beholder? Universality and cultural specificity in the expression and perception of emotion
KR Scherer, E Clark-Polner, M Mortillaro
International Journal of Psychology 46 (6), 401-435, 2011
Towards a minimal representation of affective gestures
D Glowinski, N Dael, A Camurri, G Volpe, M Mortillaro, K Scherer
Affective Computing, IEEE Transactions on 2 (99), 106-118, 2011
The Body Action and Posture coding system (BAP): Development and reliability
N Dael, M Mortillaro, KR Scherer
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 36 (2), 97-121, 2012
Automated analysis of body movement in emotionally expressive piano performances
G Castellano, M Mortillaro, A Camurri, G Volpe, K Scherer
Music Perception 26 (2), 103-119, 2008
The voice of personality: Mapping nonverbal vocal behavior into trait attributions
G Mohammadi, A Vinciarelli, M Mortillaro
Proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on Social signal processing, 17-20, 2010
The Geneva Emotional Competence Test (GECo): An ability measure of workplace emotional intelligence.
K Schlegel, M Mortillaro
Journal of applied psychology 104 (4), 559, 2019
Subtly different positive emotions can be distinguished by their facial expressions
M Mortillaro, M Mehu, KR Scherer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (3), 262-271, 2011
Reliable facial muscle activation enhances recognizability and credibility of emotional expression.
M Mehu, M Mortillaro, T Bänziger, KR Scherer
Emotion 12 (4), 701, 2012
Understanding the mechanisms underlying the production of facial expression of emotion: A componential perspective
KR Scherer, M Mortillaro, M Mehu
Emotion Review 5 (1), 47-53, 2013
Advocating a componential appraisal model to guide emotion recognition
M Mortillaro, B Meuleman, KR Scherer
International Journal of Synthetic Emotions (IJSE) 3 (1), 18-32, 2012
Affective and behavioural computing: Lessons learnt from the first computational paralinguistics challenge
B Schuller, F Weninger, Y Zhang, F Ringeval, A Batliner, S Steidl, F Eyben, ...
Computer Speech & Language 53, 156-180, 2019
Appraisal-driven facial actions as building blocks for emotion inference.
KR Scherer, M Mortillaro, I Rotondi, I Sergi, S Trznadel
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (3), 358, 2018
Dynamic facial expression of emotion and observer inference
KR Scherer, H Ellgring, A Dieckmann, M Unfried, M Mortillaro
Frontiers in psychology 10, 433041, 2019
The evolutionary origin of multimodal synchronization and emotional expression
M Mortillaro, M Mehu, KR Scherer
Evolution of emotional communication: From sounds in nonhuman mammals to …, 2013
Investigating appraisal-driven facial expression and inference in emotion communication.
KR Scherer, A Dieckmann, M Unfried, H Ellgring, M Mortillaro
Emotion 21 (1), 73, 2021
Robust anger: Recognition of deteriorated dynamic bodily emotion expressions
VT Visch, MB Goudbeek, M Mortillaro
Cognition & Emotion 28 (5), 936-946, 2014
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