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Journal Article (11)

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    Hildebrandt, L. K.; McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Socioaffective versus sociocognitive mental trainings differentially affect emotion regulation strategies. Emotion (2018)
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    Hildebrandt, L. K.; McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Differential effects of attention-, compassion- and socio-cognitively based mental practices on self-reports of mindfulness and compassion. Mindfulness 8 (6), pp. 1488 - 1512 (2017)
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    Hildebrandt, L. K.; McCall, C.; Engen, H. G.; Singer, T.: Cognitive flexibility, heart rate variability, and resilience predict fine-grained regulation of arousal during prolonged threat. Psychophysiology 53 (6), pp. 880 - 890 (2016)
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    McCall, C.; Hildebrandt, L. K.; Hartmann , R.; Baczkowski, B.; Singer, T.: Introducing the Wunderkammer as a tool for emotion research: Unconstrained gaze and movement patterns in three emotionally evocative virtual worlds. Computers in Human Behavior 59, pp. 93 - 107 (2016)
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    McCall, C.; Hildebrandt, L. K.; Bornemann, B.; Singer, T.: Physiophenomenology in retrospect: Memory reliably reflects physiological arousal during a prior threatening experience. Consciousness and Cognition 38, pp. 60 - 70 (2015)
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    McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Facing off with unfair others: Introducing proxemic imaging as an implicit measure of approach and avoidance during social interaction. PLoS One 10 (2) (2015)
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    McCall, C.; Steinbeis, N.; Ricard, M.; Singer, T.: Compassion meditators show less anger, less punishment, and more compensation of victims in response to fairness violations. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8 (2014)
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    Deiglmayr, A.; Paus , E.; McCall, C.; Mullins, D.; Berthold, K.; Wittwer, J.; Krämer, N.; Rummel, N.: Toward an integration of the learning and communication perspectives in computer-supported instructional communication. Journal of Media Psychology 25 (4) (2013)
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    McCall, C.: Social cognition in the cyborg age: Embodiment and the internet. Psychological Inquiry 24 (4), pp. 314 - 320 (2013)
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    McCall, C.; Tipper, C. M.; Blascovich, J.; Grafton, S. T.: Attitudes trigger motor behavior through conditioned associations: Neural and behavioral evidence. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 7 (7), pp. 841 - 849 (2012)
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    Ma-Kellams, C.; Blascovich, J.; McCall, C.: Culture and the body: East-west differences in visceral perception. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 102 (4), pp. 718 - 728 (2012)

Book Chapter (4)

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    Book Chapter
    McCall, C.: Mapping social interactions: The science of proxemics. In: Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences - Social Behavior from Rodents to Humans: Neural Foundations and Clinical Implications, Vol. 30, pp. 295 - 308 (Eds. Wöhr, M.; Krach, S.). Springer, Berlin (2017)
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    Book Chapter
    Blascovich, J.; McCall, C.: Social influence in virtual environments. In: The Oxford handbook of media psychology, pp. 305 - 315 (Ed. Dill, K. E.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2013)
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    Book Chapter
    McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Empathy and the brain. In: Understanding other minds. Perspectives from developmental social neuroscience., Vol. 3rd, pp. 195 - 213 (Eds. Baron-Cohen, S.; Tager-Flusberg, H.; Lombardo, M.). Oxford University Press, New York (2013)
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    Book Chapter
    Blascovich, J.; McCall, C.: Attitudes in virtual reality. In: The psychology of attitudes and attitude change, pp. 283 - 297 (2010)

Talk (8)

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    Talk
    McCall, C.: Virtual ethology: Using virtual reality to study human affect and social behavior. School of Business and Economics, Aachen University, Germany (2016)
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    McCall, C.: Virtual ethology: Using virtual reality to study human affect and social behavior. Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Lübeck, Germany (2015)
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    Talk
    McCall, C.: What virtual reality can tell us about human nature. TEDxTUM 2015: Facets, Technical University of Munich, Germany (2015)
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    Talk
    McCall, C.: Proxemic imaging: A method for visualizing nonverbal behavior during social interactions. Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland (2015)
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    McCall, C.: The ReSource project: Fear, trust, and the effects of mental training. Mind and Life Summer Research Institute (MLSRI), Fear and Trust in Self and Society, Garrison, NY, USA (2015)
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