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The acoustics of children's laughter
(Vanderbilt University, 2009-04-12)
Laughter is a unique sound--one that most of us produce many times each day. Despite laughter's seeming ubiquity, though, we really do not know much about this vocalization's psychological function(s) or details about its ...
Attentional Effects of Processing Emotional Faces Using Continuous Flash Suppression
(Vanderbilt University, 2009)
Controversy exists concerning whether emotionally valenced information facilitates or inhibits orientation of spatial attention when presented without observers' awareness. Following prior work by Jiang et al., (2006) ...
Exploring the Positive Emotions of Gratitude, Pride, and Happiness
(Vanderbilt University, 2007-04-06)
This study looked at the positive emotions of gratitude, pride, and happiness. Sixty-three Vanderbilt University undergraduate participants were randomly assigned to one of three conditions assessing their appraisals, ...