Dalya Samur
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Four decades of research on alexithymia: moving toward clinical applications
D Samur, M Tops, C Schlinkert, M Quirin, P Cuijpers, SL Koole
Frontiers in psychology 4, 861, 2013
772013
Does a single session of reading literary fiction prime enhanced mentalising performance? Four replication experiments of Kidd and Castano (2013)
D Samur, M Tops, SL Koole
Cognition and Emotion 32 (1), 130-144, 2018
452018
Emotional context modulates embodied metaphor comprehension
D Samur, VT Lai, P Hagoort, RM Willems
Neuropsychologia 78, 108-114, 2015
322015
Protective inhibition of self-regulation and motivation: extending a classic Pavlovian principle to social and personality functioning
M Tops, C Schlinkert, M Tjew-A-Sin, D Samur, SL Koole
Handbook of biobehavioral approaches to self-regulation, 69-85, 2015
202015
Language processing in alexithymia
C Welding, D Samur
Alexithymia: Advances in research, theory, and clinical practice, 90-104, 2018
32018
Alexithymia predicts lower reading frequency: The mediating roles of mentalising ability and reading attitude
D Samur, O Luminet, SL Koole
Poetics 65, 1-11, 2017
32017
Getting lost in a story: how narrative engagement emerges from narrative perspective and individual differences in alexithymia
D Samur, M Tops, R Slapšinskaitė, SL Koole
Cognition and Emotion, 1-13, 2020
2020
From reading to feeling: A language-based approach to alexithymia
D Samur
2018
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