Mariska Kret is an assistant professor at the Cognitive Psychology Unit, Leiden University (The Netherlands). Her research interests are interdisciplinary drawing mostly on affective neuroscience and comparative psychology. In her VENI-project, she investigates emotion processing, pupil-mimicry, their neurophysiological underpinnings and impliations for social decision making in humans as well as in great apes.
- Bonobos (Pan paniscus) show an attentional bias toward conspecifics’ emotions (2016)
- Pupil Mimicry Correlates With Trust in In-Group Partners With Dilating Pupils (2015)
- Emotion processing deficits: a liability spectrum providing insight into comorbidity of mental disorders. (2015)