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Journal Article (24)

  1. 2008
    Journal Article
    Bailenson, J. N.; Davies, A.; Blascovich, J.; Beall, A. C.; McCall, C.; Guadagno, R. E.: The effects of witness viewpoint distance, angle, and choice on eyewitness accuracy in police lineups conducted in immersive virtual environments. PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 17 (3), pp. 242 - 255 (2008)
  2. Journal Article
    Gabriel, R. H.; Klein, S. B.; McCall, C.: Emotional reactions to human faces in a prosopagnosia patient. Cognition and Emotion 22 (5), pp. 977 - 983 (2008)
  3. Journal Article
    Gillath, O.; McCall, C.; Shaver, P. R.; Blascovich, J.: What Can Virtual Reality Teach Us About Prosocial Tendencies in Real and Virtual Environments? Media Psychology 11, pp. 259 - 282 (2008)
  4. 2007
    Journal Article
    McCall, C.; Dasgupta, N.: The malleability of men's gender self-concept. Self & Identity 6 (2-3), pp. 173 - 188 (2007)

Book Chapter (4)

  1. 2017
    Book Chapter
    McCall, C.: Mapping social interactions: The science of proxemics. In: Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences - Social Behavior from Rodents to Humans: Neural Foundations and Clinical Implications, Vol. 30, pp. 295 - 308 (Eds. Wöhr, M.; Krach, S.). Springer, Berlin (2017)
  2. 2013
    Book Chapter
    Blascovich, J.; McCall, C.: Social influence in virtual environments. In: The Oxford handbook of media psychology, pp. 305 - 315 (Ed. Dill, K. E.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2013)
  3. Book Chapter
    McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Empathy and the brain. In: Understanding other minds. Perspectives from developmental social neuroscience., Vol. 3rd, pp. 195 - 213 (Eds. Baron-Cohen, S.; Tager-Flusberg, H.; Lombardo, M.). Oxford University Press, New York (2013)
  4. 2010
    Book Chapter
    Blascovich, J.; McCall, C.: Attitudes in virtual reality. In: The psychology of attitudes and attitude change, pp. 283 - 297 (2010)

Talk (8)

  1. 2016
    McCall, C.: Virtual ethology: Using virtual reality to study human affect and social behavior. School of Business and Economics, Aachen University, Germany (2016)
  2. 2015
    McCall, C.: Virtual ethology: Using virtual reality to study human affect and social behavior. Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Lübeck, Germany (2015)
  3. Talk
    McCall, C.: What virtual reality can tell us about human nature. TEDxTUM 2015: Facets, Technical University of Munich, Germany (2015)
  4. Talk
    McCall, C.: Proxemic imaging: A method for visualizing nonverbal behavior during social interactions. Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland (2015)
  5. Talk
    McCall, C.: The ReSource project: Fear, trust, and the effects of mental training. Mind and Life Summer Research Institute (MLSRI), Fear and Trust in Self and Society, Garrison, NY, USA (2015)
  6. 2014
    McCall, C.: Measuring affect, behavior, physiology and subjective experience in immersive virtual environments. London Virtual Social Interaction Workshop, University College London, United Kingdom (2014)
  7. Talk
    McCall, C.: Proxemic imaging of nonverbal behavior during social interactions: Facing off with unfair others. Perspectives and Future Directions in Social Neuroscience Symposium, Marburg, Germany (2014)
  8. 2011
    McCall, C.: Attitude embodiment in virtual environments. Knowledge Media Research Center, Tübingen, Germany (2011)

Poster (2)

  1. 2014
    McCall, C.; Singer, T.: Implicit responses to unfair others: The introduction of proxemic imaging to measure social approach and avoidance. Inaugural Conference of the Society for Affective Science (SAS), Bethesda, MD, USA (2014)
  2. 2011
    McCall, C.; Tipper, C. M.; Blascovich, J.; Grafton, S. T.: Attitudes trigger motor behavior through conditioned associations: Neural and behavioral evidence. Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting, Champéry, Switzerland (2011)

Teaching (1)

  1. 2015
    McCall, C.: Social interaction. Lecture: Lecture at the Block Course "Social Cognition and Emotions" of the International Max Planck Research School on Neuroscience of Communication, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany, June 02, 2015 - June 04, 2015

Newspaper Article (1)

  1. 2013
    Newspaper Article
    McCall, C.: Brooklynites, bike accidents, and the science of compassion. Huffington Post (2013)
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