Methods Events

Informal events highlighting a range of methods used in affective science, hosted by expert users. Come along to ask all your burning questions!

Clicking on each speaker’s name will take you to their personal websites.

Workshop Speakers

<a href="https://www.amitgoldenberg.com/">Amit Goldenberg</a>

Amit Goldenberg

Harvard Business School

Topic: Detecting Emotions on Social Media

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<a href="https://ilushgordon.wixsite.com/ilanit-gordon-lab ">Ilanit Gordon</a>

Ilanit Gordon

Bar Ilan University

Topic: Physiological Synchrony

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<a href="https://www.kingston.ac.uk/staff/profile/dr-mircea-zloteanu-1133/ ">Mircea Zloteanu</a>

Mircea Zloteanu

Kingston University

Topic: Ecologically Valid Research on Facial Expression

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<a href="https://www.teaguehenry.com ">Teague Henry</a>

Teague Henry

University of Virginia

Topic: Network Methods and Psychometrics

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Methods Roundtable

The Methods Roundtable – Saturday, April 1, 2023, from 12:30 – 13:30. 

The Methods Roundtable discussion is a 60-minute session over the lunch break where the discussion leader and a maximum of 9 registered attendees gather to informally discuss a shared methodological topic of interest. The goal of this format is to provide attendees interested in a topic with an opportunity to connect with each other and with an expert on that topic, whether attendees wish to further develop their existing expertise or are a novice seeking out a new area of interest. Ultimately, our goal is to help reduce barriers for attendees to informally explore new ideas with an accessible expert at the cutting-edge of a topic. Space is limited and you must pre-register. Registration will close on February 28. Optional box lunch will be available for purchase in advance during the registration process if attending this event. It will be delivered to the participant at the event.

<a href="https://asclab.yale.edu">Maria Gendron</a>

Maria Gendron

Yale University

Topic: Cross-cultural affective science

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<a href="https://haaselab.sesp.northwestern.edu ">Claudia Haase</a>

Claudia Haase

Northwestern University

Topic: Emotional elicitation and regulation tasks for diverse populations

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<a href="https://ppw.kuleuven.be/cscp/people/00140689">Katie Hoemann</a>

Katie Hoemann

KU Leuven

Topic: Emotion granularity

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Ella Moeck

Ella Moeck

University of Melbourne

Topic: Ecological momentary assessment

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Judith Moskowitz

Judith Moskowitz

Northwestern University

Topic: Fieldwork with diverse communities

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<a href="https://www.jennymurphylab.com">Jennifer Murphy</a>

Jennifer Murphy

Royal Holloway University of London

Topic: Improving interoceptive measures

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<a href="https://lemolab.princeton.edu">Erik Nook</a>

Erik Nook

Princeton University

Topic: Psycholinguistic approaches

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<a href="https://www.katesweeny.com">Kate Sweeny</a>

Kate Sweeny

University of California, Riverside

Topic: Beyond the TSST: Diverse ways to assess stress

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Now available:  Recordings of selected Methods events from 2022 SAS Annual Conference

As a membership benefit, SAS members are now able to view a selection of method events from the 2022 SAS Annual Conference. These videos are accessible only to SAS members via the password protected member portal.
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List of Recordings Available to Members:
Methods 1 – MEG in Affective Science – Joachim Gross, University of Muenster, Germany
Methods 2 – Assessing Health and Wellbeing from Wearables in the Real World: How, How Well, and What Next? – Sidney D’Mello, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Methods 3 – From Text to Thought: How Analyzing Language Can Advance Affective Science – Joshua Jackson, Northwestern University, USA
Methods 5 – Introduction to Machine Learning for Affective Scientists – Shirley Wang, Harvard University, USA
Methods 5 – Virtual reality as a novel method for affective science – Alexia Galati, Arizona State University, USA