On behalf of the SAS Executive Committee, we are pleased to announce that we have identified two outstanding candidates to run for the open leadership position of President-Elect of SAS. You may read about each candidate’s past experiences in affective science and SAS here, alongside their visions for our Society’s future. SAS members will be…
The SAS Executive Committee would like to announce the establishment of two additional awards from the Society. These include: Integrative Affective Science Award. This honor recognizes individuals or teams at any career stage for innovative advances in affective science that build on interdisciplinary collaborations or the scientific fusion of perspectives and methods across disciplines or…
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Dedicated to fostering basic & applied research on affect and emotion defined across a diversity of fields. See our website for #AffectScience2022 details!
The @EMC_ISBD4 is working to enhance career opportunities for those pursuing a career in bipolar disorders. The first 50 people to complete the survey by June 3 at 8:00AM (EDT) will be entered into a drawing to win free reg to the #ISBDExperience
How accurately can you forecast how you'll feel tomorrow? And do accurate forecasts help you cope with how you end up feeling? We investigated these questions using ESM. People were quite accurate, but it did not benefit coping/well-being. @EliseKalo @katiehgreenaway https://twitter.com/PsyArXivBot/status/1517381276495400961
Great opportunity to hear from our member @DrSarahSperry on her research using affective science to improve treatments for bipolar disorder. Registration details below!