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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New paper @affectScience! Grateful for amazing collaborators: @coles_nicholas_, @JenniferLerner, and @PsySciAcc.
Should COVID health info be framed as losses or gains? 15,929 people/84 countries reveal: no difference! But: loss-framing triggers anxiety.
“Many positive psychology interventions are being applied broadly to try to improve health, and what this study points to is the possibility that these interventions may not be effective for certain cultural groups.”
Yes!!!!!! 🙌 … preach @sarahpressman https://twitter.com/sarahpressman/status/1562549759247732736
It's official! 🗓️ Save the date for #AffectScience2023 from March 30th-April 1st 2023 in sunny Long Beach, California!! Abstract submissions will open September 19th, 2022. See our 2023 SAS Annual Conference website for regular updates: https://society-for-affective-science.org/conferences/2023-sas-annual-conference/