In a recent paper published in Nature Human Behaviour, we pointed out that while research in emotions and other affective processes has historically been marginalised or ignored, over the past decades, such research has demonstrated the vital role these processes play in the way we think and behave. So powerful has the impact been of this research, we asked whether we have now gone beyond the eras of behaviourism and cognitivism, to an era of affectivism.
For a read-only version of the paper: https://rdcu.be/cmiCz
For updates on this project: https://www.unige.ch/cisa/affectivism
For the ISRE pre-conference: https://www.unige.ch/cisa/affectivism/isre-pre-conference