Wormwood, J.B.*, Siegel, E.H.*, Kopec, J., Quigley, K., & Barrett, L.F. (in press). You are how I feel: An empirical test of the affective realism hypothesis. Emotion.

Siegel, E.H., Sands, M.K., Van Der Noortgate, W., Condon, P., Chang, Y., Dy, J., Quigley, K.+, Barrett, L.F.+ (2018). Emotion fingerprints or emotion populations? A meta-analytic investigation of autonomic features of emotion categories. Psychological Bulletin, 144(4), 343-393. 

     * Siegel, et al Supplemental Online Materials can be found here

Siegel, E.H.*, Wormwood, J.B.*, Quigley, K. & Barrett, L.F. (2018) Seeing what you feel: Affect drives visual perception of structurally neutral faces. Psychological Science. 29(4), 496-503.

     * Siegel, Wormwood, Quigley & Barrett data files can be found here

Gruber, J., Siegel, E.H., Purcell, A.L., Earls, H., Cooper, G., Barrett, L.F. (2016) Unseen positive and negative affective information influences social perception in Bipolar I disorder and healthy adults. Journal of Affective Disorders, 192, 191-198.


Kring, A.M., Siegel, E.H., & Barrett, L.F. (2014). Unseen affective faces influence person perception judgments in schizophrenia. Clinical Psychological Science 2(4), 443-454.


Lindquist, K. A., Siegel, E.H., Quigley, K.S. & Barrett, L.F. (2013) The hundred-year emotion war: Are emotions natural kinds or psychological constructions? Comment on Lench, Flores, and Bench (2011). Psychological Bulletin, 139, 255-263.


Anderson, E., Siegel, E.H., White, D., & Barrett, L.F. (2012). Out of sight but not out of mind: Unseen affective faces influence evaluations and social impressions. Emotion, 12(6), 1210-


Siegel, E.H. & Stefanucci, J.K. (2011). A little bit louder now: Negative affect increases perceived loudness. Emotion, 11(4), 1006-1011


Anderson, E.*, Siegel, E.H.*, Bliss-Moreau, E, & Barrett, L.F. (2011) The visual impact of gossip. Science, 332, 1446-1448

Anderson, E., Siegel, E.H., & Barrett, L.F. (2011). What you feel influences what you see:  The role of affective feelings in resolving binocular rivalry. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47(4), 856-860

* Shared first authorship

+ Shared senior authorship