Thanks to the generosity of the municipality of Amsterdam, free local travel cards (valid for any 24-hour-period between July 10 and 14) are available for all conference attendees. You can pick up your free travel card at the conference registration desk.
A pdf version of the conference program is available on the program page. You can also view the program on the website.
The preliminary program for the 2019 ISRE conference is now available. You can search the program based on author names. A pdf version of the program will be available in due course.
We are pleased to announce that registration for the ISRE 2019 conference is now open! The conference will feature inspiring keynote talks, symposia, flash talks, and posters, as we well as fun social events. Also check out the five exciting pre-conferences. Go ahead and register or check out the fee rates.
This year, the ISRE Early Career Researchers Section is introducing a dissertation award to recognise excellence in early career emotion researchers. Awards play a crucial role in helping young outstanding researchers achieve recognition, increase chances for competitive funding and thus improve career opportunities outside their established networks. We are now calling for submissions for the dissertation award.
Amsterdam is a beautiful cosmopolitan city with a large cultural heritage and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. There are over 40 museums, including the Rijksmuseum and van Gogh museum, 165 canals, 40 parks, and cafés, bars, and restaurants to suit every taste. There is an excellent public transportation system with metro, buses, and trams, and also more bikes than permanent residents! You can find more information about Amsterdam here.
The International Society for Research on Emotions (ISRE) was founded in 1984 to foster interdisciplinary exchanges among emotion scholars. ISRE organizes bi-annual conferences and publishes Emotion Review, a quarterly theory journal, and the online newsletter Emotion Researcher. Read more about ISRE