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Fall 2019 Local Events

The Society for Affective Science Student Committee (SASSC) is hosting local meetups for students and trainees in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Berkeley, and the North Carolina Triangle. Join our Facebook Group to find details about an event near you, or e-mail the Events Team lead, Catie Brown, for more details.

2020SAS Abstract Submission Portal is Open!

The abstract submission portal for the 2020SAS Annual Conference is now open! Please read the instructions carefully here, and submit your abstracts here. You can also use the menus on the top of the website to navigate (CONFERENCES – 2020 SAS Annual Conference – 2020 Main Conference Abstract Submission). Abstracts must be submitted by Friday,…


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New findings from @LBaciadonna suggest that #goats can distinguish #emotions from the calls of other goats.

You have goat to be kidding me! (too much?)

https://t.co/u1JUzXorQL

Emphasizing flavor and enjoyment, rather than health benefits, may make us eat more #veggies. - new research study from @brad_turnwald @AliaCrum published in @PsychScience

How else can we harness positive affect to improve health?

https://t.co/hq9drpZaF9

Thinking of sadness as a person was associated with reduced sadness and wiser buying decisions in new research led by Fangyuan Chen of @HongKongPolyU. Perhaps Inside Out was onto something? https://t.co/xdnrXya0WP