Lawrence Ian Reed
Lawrence Ian Reed
New York University, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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All smiles are not created equal: Morphology and timing of smiles perceived as amused, polite, and embarrassed/nervous
Z Ambadar, JF Cohn, LI Reed
Journal of nonverbal behavior 33, 17-34, 2009
Movement Differences between Deliberate and Spontaneous Facial Expressions: Zygomaticus Major Action in Smiling
KL Schmidt, Z Ambadar, JF Cohn, LI Reed
Journal of nonverbal behavior 30, 37-52, 2006
The role of attachment styles and interpersonal problems in suicide-related behaviors
SD Stepp, JQ Morse, KE Yaggi, SK Reynolds, LI Reed, PA Pilkonis
Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 38 (5), 592-607, 2008
Facial expressions as honest signals of cooperative intent in a one-shot anonymous Prisoner's Dilemma game
LI Reed, KN Zeglen, KL Schmidt
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (3), 200-209, 2012
Automatic analysis and recognition of brow actions and head motion in spontaneous facial behavior
JF Cohn, LI Reed, Z Ambadar, J Xiao, T Moriyama
2004 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (IEEE Cat …, 2004
Impact of depression on response to comedy: a dynamic facial coding analysis.
LI Reed, MA Sayette, JF Cohn
Journal of abnormal psychology 116 (4), 804, 2007
The commitment function of angry facial expressions
LI Reed, P DeScioli, SA Pinker
Psychological Science 25 (8), 1511-1517, 2014
Multimodal coordination of facial action, head rotation, and eye motion during spontaneous smiles
JF Cohn, LI Reed, T Moriyama, J Xiao, K Schmidt, Z Ambadar
Sixth IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture …, 2004
Anger, preoccupied attachment, and domain disorganization in borderline personality disorder
JQ Morse, J Hill, PA Pilkonis, K Yaggi, N Broyden, S Stepp, LI Reed, ...
Journal of Personality Disorders 23 (3), 240-257, 2009
The communicative function of sad facial expressions
LI Reed, P DeScioli
Evolutionary Psychology 15 (1), 1474704917700418, 2017
What the face communicates: Clearing the conceptual ground
ME McCullough, LI Reed
Current Opinion in Psychology 7, 110-114, 2016
Positive affective and cognitive states in borderline personality disorder
LI Reed, MC Zanarini
Journal of personality disorders 25 (6), 851-862, 2011
Effects of tearing on the perception of facial expressions of emotion
LI Reed, P Deutchman, KL Schmidt
Evolutionary Psychology 13 (4), 1474704915613915, 2015
The course of dysphoric affective and cognitive states in borderline personality disorder: A 10-year follow-up study
LI Reed, G Fitzmaurice, MC Zanarini
Psychiatry research 196 (1), 96-100, 2012
Watch out! How a fearful face adds credibility to warnings of danger
LI Reed, P DeScioli
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (4), 490-495, 2017
The course of positive affective and cognitive states in borderline personality disorder: A 10‐year follow‐up study
LI Reed, G Fitzmaurice, MC Zanarini
Personality and mental health 6 (4), 281-291, 2012
Emotional tears: An honest signal of trustworthiness increasing prosocial behavior?
LI Reed, Y Matari, M Wu, R Janaswamy
Evolutionary Psychology 17 (3), 1474704919872421, 2019
Face value and cheap talk: How smiles can increase or decrease the credibility of our words
LI Reed, R Stratton, JD Rambeas
Evolutionary Psychology 16 (4), 1474704918814400, 2018
The relationship between childhood adversity and dysphoric inner states among borderline patients followed prospectively for 10 years
LI Reed, G Fitzmaurice, MC Zanarini
Journal of personality disorders 29 (3), 408-417, 2015
A Novel Test of the Duchenne Marker: Smiles After Botulinum Toxin Treatment for Crow’s Feet Wrinkles
N Etcoff, S Stock, EG Krumhuber, LI Reed
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 3799, 2021
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