Lina Skora
Lina Skora
Postdoctoral Researcher, Biological Psychology of Decision Making, Heinrich-Heine-Universität
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A review of dynamic datasets for facial expression research
EG Krumhuber, L Skora, D Küster, L Fou
Emotion Review 9 (3), 280-292, 2017
Human and machine validation of 14 databases of dynamic facial expressions
EG Krumhuber, D Küster, S Namba, L Skora
Behavior research methods 53 (2), 686-701, 2021
Evidence that instrumental conditioning requires conscious awareness in humans
LI Skora, MR Yeomans, HS Crombag, RB Scott
Cognition 208, 104546, 2021
Measures and metrics for automatic emotion classification via FACET
P Dente, D Küster, L Skora, E Krumhuber
Proceedings of the Conference on the Study of Artificial Intelligence and …, 2017
Perceptual study on facial expressions
EG Krumhuber, L Skora
Handbook of human motion, 1-15, 2016
Vagus nerve stimulation as a gateway to Interoception
A Paciorek, L Skora
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1659, 2020
Sensorimotor predictions shape reported conscious visual experience in a breaking continuous flash suppression task
LI Skora, AK Seth, RB Scott
Neuroscience of consciousness 2021 (1), niab003, 2021
Awareness is required for autonomic performance monitoring in instrumental learning: Evidence from cardiac activity
LI Skora, JJA Livermore, F Nisini, RB Scott
Psychophysiology, e14047, 2022
The functional role of cardiac activity in perception and action
LI Skora, JJA Livermore, K Roelofs
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 104655, 2022
Feasibility of Unconscious Instrumental Conditioning: A Registered Replication
L Skora, JJA Livermore, Z Dienes, A Seth, RB Scott
PsyArXiv, 2020
The Role of Body, Action, and Consciousness in Adaptive Interactions with the World: An Investigation of Instrumental Learning
L Skora
University of Sussex, 2020
Sensorimotor predictions shape conscious visual experience in a breaking Continuous Flash Suppression task.
LI Skora, AK Seth, RB Scott
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