Symposia

In addition to individual talks, flash talks, and posters, the conference will feature 21 symposia:

  • All That's Valence is not Affective: Affective and Non-affective Representations of Valence and Emotion
  • Creating Hate, Eliminating Hate: Some Timely Insights
  • Emotion and Effort
  • Emotion Processing from Faces in Typical and Atypical Populations
  • Emotional Uses and Understandings of Music: from Theoretical to Clinical Implications
  • Emotions as Linking Pins Between Individuals and Collectives
  • Emotions as Sources of Social Information
  • Interdisciplinarity in Emotion Research: Limits and Possibilities
  • Interdisciplinary Perspective on Compassion and the Effects of Compassion Training
  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Jealousy
  • Interpersonal Dynamics of Emotion and Emotion Regulation
  • Neurorobotic Models of Emotion
  • New Directions in Alexithymia Research
  • Novel Methodological Approaches to the Investigation of Emotional Mimicry from a Functional Perspective
  • Organization of Emotional Memories
  • Production and Social Functions of Human Laughter
  • Tears, Tears, Tears: Current Topics in the Field of Emotional Crying
  • The Influence of Emotions on Cognitive Functioning
  • The Positive Challenge: how Studying Expressions of Positive Affect can Inform Emotion Theory
  • What do we Really Know About Emotion Regulation?
  • When and why do Bodies Elicit Disgust?