ARTICLES 

in preparation

Wood, A. (in prep). The acoustic distinctiveness of natural laughter during rewarding, affiliative, and dominant contexts.

under review / in press

Plate, R.,* Wood, A.,* Woodard, K., & Pollak, S. (in press). Probabilistic learning of emotion categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. *Equal contributions

Niedenthal, P. & Wood, A. (in press). Does emotion influence visual perception? Depends on how you look at it. Cognition & Emotion.

Martin, J., Wood, A., Cox, W., Sievert, S., Nowak, R., & Niedenthal, P. (under review). Production and perception of social functional smiles rely on similar morphological features.

Niedenthal, P., Rychlowska, M., Zhao, F., & Wood, A. (under review). Global long-history migration patterns produce cultures of behavior.

2018

Wood, A., Martin, J., Alibali, M., & Niedenthal, P. (2018). A sad thumbs-up: Incongruent gestures and disrupted sensorimotor activity both slow processing of facial expressions. Cognition & Emotion.

Niedenthal, P., Rychlowska, M., Wood, A., & Zhao, F. (2018). Historical heterogeneity predicts smiling, laughter, and positive emotion across countries and within the United States. PLoS ONE.

Wood, A. & Niedenthal, P. (2018). Developing a social functional account of laughter. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.

2017

Martin, J., Rychlowska, M., Wood, A., & Niedenthal, P. (2017). Smiles as multipurpose social signals. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

Wood, A., Martin, J., & Niedenthal, P. (2017). Towards a social functional account of laughter: Acoustic features predict perceptions of reward, affiliation, and dominance. PLoS ONE. 12(8): e0183811. https:// doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0183811

Niedenthal, P., Rychlowska, M., & Wood, A. (2017). Feelings and contexts: Socioecological influences on the nonverbal expression of emotion. Current Opinion in Psychology.

2016

Wood, A., Rychlowska, M., Korb, S., & Niedenthal, P. (2016). Fashioning the face: Sensorimotor simulation contributes to facial expression recognitionTrends in Cognitive Sciences. [HuffingtonPost] [BrainDecoder] [MedicalDaily] [DailyMail] [MentalFloss]

Korb, S., Wood, A., Rychlowska, M., & Niedenthal, P. (2016). The perils of boxes and arrows: Reply to Gallese & Caruana. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

Wood, A., Rychlowska, M., & Niedenthal, P. (2016). Heterogeneity of long-history migration predicts emotion recognition accuracyEmotion[Scientific American]

Korb, S., Wood, A., Banks, C., Agoulnik, D., Hadlock, T., & Niedenthal, P. (2016). Asymmetry of facial mimicry and emotion perception in patients with unilateral facial paralysisJAMA Facial Plastic Surgery

Wood, A., Lupyan, G. & Niedenthal, P. (2016). Why Do We Need Emotion Words in the First Place? Commentary on Lakoff (2015). Emotion Review.

2014-2015

Wood, A., Lupyan, G., Sherrin, S., & Niedenthal, P. (2015). Altering sensorimotor feedback disrupts visual discrimination of facial expressionsPsychonomic Bulletin & Review.

Wood, A. & Niedenthal, P. (2015). Language limits the experience of emotions: Comment on “The Quartet Theory of Human Emotions: An integrative and neurofunctional model” by S. Koelsch et al. Physics of Life Reviews.

Rychlowska, M., Canadas, E., Wood, A., Krumhuber, E. G., Fischer, A., & Niedenthal, P. M. (2014). Blocking Mimicry Makes True and False Smiles Look the Same. PLoS ONE, 9(3), e90876. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0090876

CHAPTERS

Wood, A., Martin, J., & Niedenthal, P (2017). How are emotions physically embodied? In (Eds.) A. Fox, R. Lapate, A. Shackman, & R. Davidson, The Nature of Emotion (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Niedenthal, P., Wood, A., Rychlowska, M., & Korb, S. (2017). Embodied simulation in decoding facial expression. In (Eds.) J. Fernandez-Dols & J. Russell, The Science of Facial Expression.

Niedenthal, P., Korb, S., Wood, A., & Rychlowska, M. (2016). Revisiting the Simulation of Smiles Model: The what, when, and why of mimicking smiles. In Ursula Hess & Agneta Fisher (Eds.), Emotional mimicry in social context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Niedenthal, P.M., Wood, A., & Rychlowska, M. (2014). Embodied Emotional Concepts. In L. Shapiro (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition. Oxford: Routledge Philosophy. 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

04.2018           Society for Affective Sciences (SAS) Conference, Los Angeles, California. Unsupervised statistical learning shifts facial expression categories in children and adults (talk). Received a Best Flash Talk Award

04.2018           Society for Affective Sciences (SAS) Conference, Los Angeles, California. Social functional smiles: Evidence from reverse correlation and machine learning platforms (talk)

03.2018           Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Atlanta, GA. More than mirth: Laughter serves the social functions of reward, affiliation, and dominance (symposium talk)

07.2017         International Society for Research in Emotions (ISRE) Conference St. Louis, Missouri. The Social Functions of Laughter: Acoustic features convey reward, affiliation, and dominance (poster)

04.2017         Society for Affective Sciences (SAS) Positive Emotions Preconference, Boston, Massachusetts. Towards a Social Functional Account of Laughter: Distinct Acoustic Features Predict Perceptions of Reward, Affiliation, and Dominance (talk)

04.2017         Society for Affective Sciences (SAS), Boston, Massachusetts. A Sad Thumbs-Up: Slower Processing of Facial Expressions Paired with Incongruent Conventionalized Gestures (poster)

03.2016         Society for Affective Sciences (SAS) Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. Heterogeneity of Long-History Migration Predicts Emotion Recognition Accuracy (poster)

01.2016         Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting (SPSP), San Diego, California. Heterogeneity of Long-History Migration Predicts Emotion Recognition Accuracy (poster)

04.2015         The role of facial mimicry in low-level emotion perception (poster). Society for Affective Science (SAS) Annual Meeting. Oakland, California.

02.2015         Altering sensorimotor feedback disrupts visual perception of facial expressions (talk). Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting (SPSP) Embodiment Preconference. Long Beach, California

02.2015         Altering sensorimotor feedback disrupts visual perception of facial expressions (poster). Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting (SPSP). Long Beach, California

04.2014         Blocking mimicry makes true and false smiles look the same (talk). Society for Affective Science (SAS) Positive Emotions Preconference. Washington, D.C.

02.2014         The relationship between social categories, eye contact, and facial mimicry (poster). Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting (SPSP). Austin, Texas

08.2013         Where do you look and when do you mimic? The relationship between social groups, eye contact, and facial mimicry (poster). International Society for Research in Emotions (ISRE) Conference. Berkeley, California

01.2012         Gratitude and the paradox of valuing happiness (poster). Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting (SPSP). San Diego, California

10.2009         Alcohol consumption and its effects on social belonging (poster). Undergraduate Research Symposium for the Midstates Consortium. Washington University, St. Louis

GENERAL AUDIENCE

Wood, A. (2016). "How Historical Migration Patterns Shape Emotion Expression." Society for Personality and Social Psychology: Character & Context Blog. http://spsp.org/blog/how-historical-migration-patterns-shape-emotional-expression

Email: adrienne [dot] r [dot] wood [at] dartmouth.edu