We’re going virtual! To protect from COVID-19 & due to travel restrictions, our SAS 2021 conference will be fully virtual! Following our successful 2020 virtual event, we’ll deliver a full program of activities including on-demand materials & live interactive events showcasing state-of-the-art science and career development. We’re excited to bring the SAS community together again…
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If you haven’t already, please fill out the following post-conference survey [link]. This survey is anonymous, and would only take approximately 5-10 minutes. We would appreciate hearing from you.
As of April 24, 2020, the President of the Society for Affective Science is Professor Barbara Fredrickson and the President-Elect is Professor Elaine Fox. SAS looks forward to the strengths and insights Professors Fredrickson and Fox will bring to these leadership roles.
We are excited to announce a Special Issue on Emotions in Socio-Political Contexts for our journal, Affective Science. Please read the detailed information about the special issue on the following page: https://society-for-affective-science.org/journal/special-issue/#toggle-id-1
Please visit this page for important information about refunds and presentations that pertains to the cancellation of 2020 SAS.
In light of recent policy developments and SAS’s commitment to public health practices, the Executive Committee and management of the Society have decided to cancel the in-person annual meeting of SAS. Please read this letter from our president.
The 2020 SAS Conference Registration is now open! Please use the menu of the top of the website and go to “Conferences -> 2020 SAS Annual Conference -> Registration”, or click on this link for more information.
We are excited to announce a Special Issue on Language and Emotion for our journal, Affective Science. Please read the detailed information about the special issue on the following page: https://society-for-affective-science.org/journal/special-issue/
The deadline for 2020 SAS abstract submission has been extended a week to Friday, Novemeber 15, 2019! Please refer to the 2020 SAS Abstract Guidelines & Submission page for details.
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.