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    Piotr Winkielman

    TitleProfessor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentPsychology
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0109
    CA La Jolla 92093
    Phone858-822-0682
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      1. Carr EW, Brady TF, Winkielman P. Are You Smiling, or Have I Seen You Before? Familiarity Makes Faces Look Happier. Psychol Sci. 2017 Aug; 28(8):1087-1102. PMID: 28594281.
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      2. Davis JD, Winkielman P, Coulson S. Sensorimotor simulation and emotion processing: Impairing facial action increases semantic retrieval demands. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci. 2017 Jun; 17(3):652-664. PMID: 28255798.
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      3. Baumeister JC, Foroni F, Conrad M, Rumiati RI, Winkielman P. Embodiment and Emotional Memory in First vs. Second Language. Front Psychol. 2017; 8:394. PMID: 28386240.
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      4. Carr EW, Hofree G, Sheldon K, Saygin AP, Winkielman P. Is That a Human? Categorization (Dis)Fluency Drives Evaluations of Agents Ambiguous on Human-Likeness. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2017 Jan 26. PMID: 28125254.
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      5. Farmer H, Carr EW, Svartdal M, Winkielman P, Hamilton AF. Status and Power Do Not Modulate Automatic Imitation of Intransitive Hand Movements. PLoS One. 2016; 11(4):e0151835. PMID: 27096167.
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      6. Kavanagh LC, Winkielman P. The Functionality of Spontaneous Mimicry and Its Influences on Affiliation: An Implicit Socialization Account. Front Psychol. 2016; 7:458. PMID: 27064398.
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      7. Owen HE, Halberstadt J, Carr EW, Winkielman P. Johnny Depp, Reconsidered: How Category-Relative Processing Fluency Determines the Appeal of Gender Ambiguity. PLoS One. 2016; 11(2):e0146328. PMID: 26845341.
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      8. Carr EW, Rotteveel M, Winkielman P. Easy moves: Perceptual fluency facilitates approach-related action. Emotion. 2016 Jun; 16(4):540-52. PMID: 26751628.
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      9. Davis JD, Winkielman P, Coulson S. Facial Action and Emotional Language: ERP Evidence that Blocking Facial Feedback Selectively Impairs Sentence Comprehension. J Cogn Neurosci. 2015 Nov; 27(11):2269-80. PMID: 26244721.
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      10. Hofree G, Urgen BA, Winkielman P, Saygin AP. Observation and imitation of actions performed by humans, androids, and robots: an EMG study. Front Hum Neurosci. 2015; 9:364. PMID: 26150782.
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      11. Oosterwijk S, Mackey S, Wilson-Mendenhall C, Winkielman P, Paulus MP. Concepts in context: Processing mental state concepts with internal or external focus involves different neural systems. Soc Neurosci. 2015 Jun; 10(3):294-307. PMID: 25748274.
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      12. Winkielman P, Ziembowicz M, Nowak A. The coherent and fluent mind: how unified consciousness is constructed from cross-modal inputs via integrated processing experiences. Front Psychol. 2015; 6:83. PMID: 25741297.
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      13. Winkielman P, Olszanowski M, Gola M. Faces in-between: Evaluations reflect the interplay of facial features and task-dependent fluency. Emotion. 2015 Apr; 15(2):232-42. PMID: 25642724.
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      14. Winkielman P, Inzlicht M, Harmon-Jones E. Preferences and motivations with and without inferences. Behav Brain Sci. 2015 Jan; 38:e90. PMID: 26786959.
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      15. Hopper WJ, Finklea KM, Winkielman P, Huber DE. Measuring sexual dimorphism with a race-gender face space. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2014 Oct; 40(5):1779-88. PMID: 25151105.
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      16. Hofree G, Ruvolo P, Bartlett MS, Winkielman P. Bridging the mechanical and the human mind: spontaneous mimicry of a physically present android. PLoS One. 2014; 9(7):e99934. PMID: 25036365; PMCID: PMC4103778.
      17. Carr EW, Winkielman P. When mirroring is both simple and "smart": how mimicry can be embodied, adaptive, and non-representational. Front Hum Neurosci. 2014; 8:505. PMID: 25071532; PMCID: PMC4095561.
      18. Topolinski S, Maschmann IT, Pecher D, Winkielman P. Oral approach-avoidance: affective consequences of muscular articulation dynamics. J Pers Soc Psychol. 2014 Jun; 106(6):885-96. PMID: 24841094.
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      19. Sher S, Winkielman P. What we (don't) know about what we know. Behav Brain Sci. 2014 Feb; 37(1):38-9. PMID: 24461460.
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      20. Carr EW, Winkielman P, Oveis C. Transforming the mirror: power fundamentally changes facial responding to emotional expressions. J Exp Psychol Gen. 2014 Jun; 143(3):997-1003. PMID: 24219023.
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      21. Halberstadt J, Pecher D, Zeelenberg R, Ip Wai L, Winkielman P. Two faces of attractiveness: making beauty in averageness appear and reverse. Psychol Sci. 2013 Nov 1; 24(11):2343-6. PMID: 24013187.
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      22. Ziembowicz M, Nowak A, Winkielman P. When sounds look right and images sound correct: cross-modal coherence enhances claims of pattern presence. Cognition. 2013 Nov; 129(2):273-8. PMID: 23954822.
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      23. Ybarra O, Winkielman P. On-line social interactions and executive functions. Front Hum Neurosci. 2012; 6:75. PMID: 22509160; PMCID: PMC3321651.
      24. Oosterwijk S, Winkielman P, Pecher D, Zeelenberg R, Rotteveel M, Fischer AH. Mental states inside out: switching costs for emotional and nonemotional sentences that differ in internal and external focus. Mem Cognit. 2012 Jan; 40(1):93-100. PMID: 21822765.
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      25. Churchland PS, Winkielman P. Modulating social behavior with oxytocin: how does it work? What does it mean? Horm Behav. 2012 Mar; 61(3):392-9. PMID: 22197271; NIHMSID: NIHMS344921.
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      26. Kavanagh LC, Suhler CL, Churchland PS, Winkielman P. When It's an error to mirror: the surprising reputational costs of mimicry. Psychol Sci. 2011 Oct; 22(10):1274-6. PMID: 21921290.
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      27. Bornemann B, Winkielman P, van der Meer E. Can you feel what you do not see? Using internal feedback to detect briefly presented emotional stimuli. Int J Psychophysiol. 2012 Jul; 85(1):116-24. PMID: 21571012.
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      28. de Vries M, Holland RW, Chenier T, Starr MJ, Winkielman P. Happiness cools the warm glow of familiarity: psychophysiological evidence that mood modulates the familiarity-affect link. Psychol Sci. 2010 Mar; 21(3):321-8. PMID: 20424063; NIHMSID: NIHMS230400.
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      29. Halberstadt J, Winkielman P, Niedenthal PM, Dalle N. Emotional conception: how embodied emotion concepts guide perception and facial action. Psychol Sci. 2009 Oct; 20(10):1254-61. PMID: 19732387.
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      30. Oberman LM, Winkielman P, Ramachandran VS. Slow echo: facial EMG evidence for the delay of spontaneous, but not voluntary, emotional mimicry in children with autism spectrum disorders. Dev Sci. 2009 Jul; 12(4):510-20. PMID: 19635079.
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      31. Niedenthal PM, Winkielman P, Mondillon L, Vermeulen N. Embodiment of emotion concepts. J Pers Soc Psychol. 2009 Jun; 96(6):1120-36. PMID: 19469591.
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      32. Vul E, Harris C, Winkielman P, Pashler H. Puzzlingly High Correlations in fMRI Studies of Emotion, Personality, and Social Cognition. Perspect Psychol Sci. 2009 May; 4(3):274-90. PMID: 26158964.
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      33. Vul E, Harris C, Winkielman P, Pashler H. Reply to Comments on "Puzzlingly High Correlations in fMRI Studies of Emotion, Personality, and Social Cognition". Perspect Psychol Sci. 2009 May; 4(3):319-24. PMID: 26158970.
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      34. Wilbarger JL, McIntosh DN, Winkielman P. Startle modulation in autism: positive affective stimuli enhance startle response. Neuropsychologia. 2009 Apr; 47(5):1323-31. PMID: 19428396.
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      35. Clark TF, Winkielman P, McIntosh DN. Autism and the extraction of emotion from briefly presented facial expressions: stumbling at the first step of empathy. Emotion. 2008 Dec; 8(6):803-9. PMID: 19102591.
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      36. Huber DE, Clark TF, Curran T, Winkielman P. Effects of repetition priming on recognition memory: testing a perceptual fluency-disfluency model. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2008 Nov; 34(6):1305-24. PMID: 18980396.
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      37. Arce E, Simmons AN, Stein MB, Winkielman P, Hitchcock C, Paulus MP. Association between individual differences in self-reported emotional resilience and the affective perception of neutral faces. J Affect Disord. 2009 Apr; 114(1-3):286-93. PMID: 18957273.
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      38. Knutson B, Wimmer GE, Kuhnen CM, Winkielman P. Nucleus accumbens activation mediates the influence of reward cues on financial risk taking. Neuroreport. 2008 Mar 26; 19(5):509-13. PMID: 18388729.
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      39. Ybarra O, Burnstein E, Winkielman P, Keller MC, Manis M, Chan E, Rodriguez J. Mental exercising through simple socializing: social interaction promotes general cognitive functioning. Pers Soc Psychol Bull. 2008 Feb; 34(2):248-59. PMID: 18212333.
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      40. Oberman LM, Winkielman P, Ramachandran VS. Face to face: blocking facial mimicry can selectively impair recognition of emotional expressions. Soc Neurosci. 2007; 2(3-4):167-78. PMID: 18633815.
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      41. Winkielman P, Halberstadt J, Fazendeiro T, Catty S. Prototypes are attractive because they are easy on the mind. Psychol Sci. 2006 Sep; 17(9):799-806. PMID: 16984298.
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      42. McIntosh DN, Reichmann-Decker A, Winkielman P, Wilbarger JL. When the social mirror breaks: deficits in automatic, but not voluntary, mimicry of emotional facial expressions in autism. Dev Sci. 2006 May; 9(3):295-302. PMID: 16669800.
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      43. Fazendeiro T, Winkielman P, Luo C, Lorah C. False recognition across meaning, language, and stimulus format: conceptual relatedness and the feeling of familiarity. Mem Cognit. 2005 Mar; 33(2):249-60. PMID: 16028580.
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      44. Winkielman P, Berridge KC, Wilbarger JL. Unconscious affective reactions to masked happy versus angry faces influence consumption behavior and judgments of value. Pers Soc Psychol Bull. 2005 Jan; 31(1):121-35. PMID: 15574667.
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      45. Niedenthal PM, Barsalou LW, Winkielman P, Krauth-Gruber S, Ric F. Embodiment in attitudes, social perception, and emotion. Pers Soc Psychol Rev. 2005; 9(3):184-211. PMID: 16083360.
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      46. Reber R, Schwarz N, Winkielman P. Processing fluency and aesthetic pleasure: is beauty in the perceiver's processing experience? Pers Soc Psychol Rev. 2004; 8(4):364-82. PMID: 15582859.
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      47. Winkielman P, Cacioppo JT. Mind at ease puts a smile on the face: psychophysiological evidence that processing facilitation elicits positive affect. J Pers Soc Psychol. 2001 Dec; 81(6):989-1000. PMID: 11761320.
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      48. Winkielman P, Schwarz N. How pleasant was your childhood? Beliefs about memory shape inferences from experienced difficulty of recall. Psychol Sci. 2001 Mar; 12(2):176-9. PMID: 11340929.
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      49. Winkielman P, Knäuper B, Schwarz N. Looking back at anger: reference periods change the interpretation of emotion frequency questions. J Pers Soc Psychol. 1998 Sep; 75(3):719-28. PMID: 9781408.
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