Gün R. Semin
Social Cognition and Body Odors | Core Member
Gün R. Semin’s research activities center around three themes: (1) Socially situated cognition and the grounding of abstract concepts; (2) Human body odors, their role in intra- and interspecies communication along with their influence on cognitive and emotional processes; and (3) Language and cognition.
- D'Aniello, B., Semin, G. R., Alterisio, A., Aria, M, & Scandurra, A. (2018). Interspecies transmission of emotional information via chemosignals: From humans to dogs (Canis lupus familiaris). Animal Cognition, 21, 67–78.
- Semin, G. R. (2018). Audience Tuning Effects in the Context of Situated and Embodied Processes. Current Opinion in Psychology, 23, 113-116.
- Semin, G. R., Palma, T., Acartürk, C. & Dziuba, A. (2018). Gender is Not Simply a Matter of Black and White, or is it? Philosophical Transactions B, 20170126.
- Kamiloğlu, R. G., Smeets, M. A. M., de Groot, J. H. B, & Semin, G. R. (2018). Fear Odors Facilitate Detection of Fear Expressions over other Negative Expressions. Chemical Senses, 43, 419–426
- de Groot, J. H. B., Semin, G. R. & Smeets, M. A. M. (2017). On the Communicative Function of Body Odors: A Theoretical Integration and Review. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12, 306 –324.
Horizon 2020 Program
TÜBITAK; 1001-Project No. 116E570