Gernot Horstmann
Gernot Horstmann
Department of Psychology, Bielefeld University
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What do facial expressions convey: Feeling states, behavioral intentions, or actions requests?
G Horstmann
Emotion 3 (2), 150, 2003
Search asymmetries with real faces: testing the anger-superiority effect.
G Horstmann, A Bauland
Emotion 6 (2), 193, 2006
Coherence between emotion and facial expression: Evidence from laboratory experiments
R Reisenzein, M Studtmann, G Horstmann
Emotion Review 5 (1), 16-23, 2013
Evidence for attentional capture by a surprising color singleton in visual search
G Horstmann
Psychological science 13 (6), 499-505, 2002
Social facilitation with social robots?
N Riether, F Hegel, B Wrede, G Horstmann
Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human …, 2012
The cognitive‐evolutionary model of surprise: A review of the evidence
R Reisenzein, G Horstmann, A Schützwohl
Topics in cognitive science 11 (1), 50-74, 2019
Playing a different imitation game: Interaction with an Empathic Android Robot
F Hegel, T Spexard, B Wrede, G Horstmann, T Vogt
2006 6th IEEE-RAS international conference on humanoid robots, 56-61, 2006
Anthropomorphic inferences from emotional nonverbal cues: A case study
F Eyssel, F Hegel, G Horstmann, C Wagner
19th international symposium in robot and human interactive communication …, 2010
Flanker effects with faces may depend on perceptual as well as emotional differences.
G Horstmann, K Borgstedt, M Heumann
Emotion 6 (1), 28, 2006
Preattentive face processing: What do visual search experiments with schematic faces tell us?
G Horstmann
Visual Cognition 15 (7), 799-833, 2007
The surprise–attention link: A review
G Horstmann
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1339 (1), 106-115, 2015
In search of the emotional face: anger versus happiness superiority in visual search.
RA Savage, OV Lipp, BM Craig, SI Becker, G Horstmann
Emotion 13 (4), 758, 2013
Attentional capture by an unannounced color singleton depends on expectation discrepancy.
G Horstmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (5 …, 2005
Of toothy grins and angry snarls—Open mouth displays contribute to efficiency gains in search for emotional faces
G Horstmann, OV Lipp, SI Becker
Journal of Vision 12 (5), 7-7, 2012
Can intertrial priming account for the similarity effect in visual search?
SI Becker, U Ansorge, G Horstmann
Vision Research 49 (14), 1738-1756, 2009
Perceptual grouping, not emotion, accounts for search asymmetries with schematic faces.
SI Becker, G Horstmann, RW Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (6 …, 2011
Preemptive control of attentional capture by colour: Evidence from trial-by-trial analyses and orderings of onsets of capture effects in reaction time distributions
U Ansorge, G Horstmann
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (7), 952-975, 2007
More efficient rejection of happy than of angry face distractors in visual search
G Horstmann, I Scharlau, U Ansorge
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13, 1067-1073, 2006
Latency and duration of the action interruption in surprise
G Horstmann
Cognition & Emotion 20 (2), 242-273, 2006
Attentional selection in visual perception, memory and action: A quest for cross-domain integration
WX Schneider, W Einhäuser, G Horstmann
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
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