Peer reviewed articles
Reschke, Walle & Dukes (2020) provides experimental support for our earlier paper on the link between emotion and social cognition (2017).
Clément & Dukes (2017) was the paper in which Fabrice Clément and I introduced the concept of Affective Social Learning.
Dukes & Clément (Eds., 2019) is where social, cultural & comparative psychologists give their cross-disciplinary takes on ASL.
Reschke, P. Walle, E. & Dukes, D. (2020). “Did you mean to do that?” Infants use emotional communication to infer and re-enact others’ intended actions. Cognition & Emotion.
Clément, F. & Dukes, D. (2020). Commentary: Affective Social Learning serves as a quick and flexible complement to TTOM. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Samson, A., Van den Bedem, N.P., Dukes, D., Rieffe, C. (2020). Positive Aspects of Emotional Competeneces in Preventing Internalizing Symptoms in Children with and without Developmental Language Disorder: A Longitudinal Approach. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Mortillaro, M and Dukes, D. (2018). Jumping for Joy: the importance of the body and of dynamics in the expression of positive emotion. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 763.
Dukes, D. (2018) Apprentissage social affectif et appréciation de l’émotion: structuration des interactions socio-émotionnelles. Travaux Neuchâtelois de Linguistique (TRANeL), 68, 79-86.
Dukes, D., Clément, F., Audrin, C. and Mortillaro, M. (2017). Looking beyond the static face in emotion recognition: The informative case of interest. Visual Cognition, 25, 4-6, 575-588.
Clément, F* and Dukes, D*. (2017). Social Appraisal and Social Referencing: Two Components of Affective Social Learning. Emotion Review, 9, 3, 253-161.
Dukes, D. and Clément, F. (2017) Author Reply: Clarifying the importance of ostensive communication in life-long, affective social learning. Emotion Review, 9, 3, 267-269.
Reschke, P., Walle, E. and Dukes, D. (2017). Interpersonal development in infancy: The interconnectedness of emotion understanding and social cognition. Child Development Perspectives, 11, 3, 173-183.
Schaer, M., Ottet, M-C., Scariati, E., Dukes, D., et al. (2013). Decreased frontal gyrification correlates with altered connectivity in children with autism. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 750.
Clément, F* and Dukes, D*. (2013). The role of interest in the transmission of social values. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, 349.
Glaser, B., Lothe, A., Chabloz, M., Dukes, D. et al. (2012). Candidate socio-emotional remediation program for individuals with intellectual disability. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 117 (5), 368-383.