Eickers, G., Loiaza, J., Prinz, J.J. (2017). Embodiment, context-sensitivity, and discrete emotion. Psychological Inquiry, Vol. 28, No. 1, 31-38.
Eickers, G. & Prinz, J.J. (forthcoming). Emotion recognition as a social skill. In E. Fridland & C. Pavese (Eds.), Routledge handbook of skill and expertise. New York: Routledge.
March 2019: Einstein Visiting Fellow’s Lecture: Jesse Prinz & Gen Eickers: “Beyond Innateness and Construction: A Performative Theory of Emotion”, Berlin School of Mind and Brain (D)
November 2018: Talk “Scripted Emotion Concepts”, at the conference Emotion and Emotion Concepts, University of Bern (CH)
April 2018: Talk “Is Emotion Recognition Scripted? Emotional Expressions as Social Signals”, at the 5thannual workshop of ECOM (Expression, Communication, and the Origins of Meaning research group), University of Connecticut (US)
July 2017: Talk “Emotions & Social Alignment”, Meeting of the International Society for the Research of Emotion (ISRE), St Louis (US)
November 2016: Talk “Stereotypes in Social Interaction: Asymmetries in Mental State and Action Attributions”, Workshop on Experimental Philosophy: Methods and New Directions, Berlin School of Mind and Brain (D)
July 2019: Talk at the Meeting of the International Society for the Research of Emotion (ISRE), Amsterdam (NL)