Danielle M Shore
Career Development Lecturer
My research focuses on how social information, especially facial expressions, affect social interactions and decision-making. Specifically I would like to understand what shapes both successful and unsuccessful social interactions and decisions, and the effect that facial expressions of emotion have on both processes. I am interested in the dyadic interpersonal nature of these displays; how a partners displays influence our behaviour but also how we use our displays to shape the behaviour of a social partner.
To investigate these questions I conduct behavioural and social cognition studies examining how people navigate social interactions; how people make social decisions; how social interactions and decisions are shaped by facial expressions or emotion information; how facial expressions and emotional displays are interpreted; and how beliefs about motives shape interpretations of facial expressions and emotion displays.
Interpersonal effects of strategic and spontaneous guilt communication in trust games.
Shore DM. and Parkinson B., (2017), Cogn Emot, 1 - 9
Abnormalities in early visual processes are linked to hypersociability and atypical evaluation of facial trustworthiness: An ERP study with Williams syndrome.
Shore DM. et al, (2017), Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci, 17, 1002 - 1017
Neural responses to partner rejection predict adrenocortical reactivity in adolescent romantic couples.
Ha T. et al, (2015), Psychoneuroendocrinology, 61
Do social utility judgments influence attentional processing?
Shore DM. and Heerey EA., (2013), Cognition, 129, 114 - 122
Appetitive motivational deficits in individuals with Parkinson's Disease
Shore DM. et al, (2011), Movement Disorders, 26, 1887 - 1892