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Nico H. Frijda

Psychology University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
"Nico Frijda"
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Carien M. van Reekum research assistant Amsterdam (Neurotree)
Herre van Oostendorp grad student
Otto W.M. Kamstra grad student 1971 Amsterdam
Jan van Hooff grad student 1971 Utrecht (Neurotree)
Nanne van de Poll grad student 1974 Amsterdam (EduTree)
Joost A.P.J. Breuker grad student 1981 Amsterdam (Neurotree)
Jaap van Heerden grad student 1982 Amsterdam
Agneta Hebelina Fischer grad student 1991 Leiden
Stefanie van Goozen grad student 1994 Amsterdam (EduTree)
Bernard Rimé post-doc Amsterdam (Neurotree)
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Frijda NH. (2016) The evolutionary emergence of what we call "emotions". Cognition & Emotion. 1-12
Tcherkassof A, Frijda NH. (2014) The emotions: A relational perspective | Les émotions: Une conception relationnelle Annee Psychologique. 114: 501-535
Frijda NH. (2013) Emotion regulation: Two souls in one breast? Changing Emotions. 137-143
Frijda NH. (2013) Comment: The why, when, and how of appraisal Emotion Review. 5: 169-170
Moors A, Ellsworth PC, Scherer KR, et al. (2013) Appraisal theories of emotion: State of the art and future development Emotion Review. 5: 119-124
Mesquita B, Frijda NH. (2011) An emotion perspective on emotion regulation. Cognition & Emotion. 25: 782-4; discussion 78
Frijda NH, Parrott WG. (2011) Basic emotions or ur-emotions? Emotion Review. 3: 406-415
Frijda NH. (2010) Impulsive action and motivation. Biological Psychology. 84: 570-9
Cheng BS, Lin YC. (2010) Paternalistic leadership in the Chinese contexts: A full-cycle indigenous approach Personality, Human Development, and Culture: International Perspectives On Psychological Science. 2: 241-259
Frijda NH. (2010) Emotion, motive states, appraisal, and Kagan: Commentary to Jerome Kagan, what is emotion? Emotion Review. 2: 107-108
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