Congratulations to Giona di Poi from Andrea Samson’s CHeers Lab and the rest of the writing team on acceptance of Giona’s first paper. The paper suggests that parents of children with neurodevelopmental conditions were more anxious than their children about… Continue Reading →
Thanks very much to Ruth Campos and Pastora Martínez-Castilla for leading on this paper concerning “Perceived anxiety in family caregivers of individuals with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, and Williams syndrome.” This is another paper from the COVID19 international collaboration.
Congratulations in particular to Andrea Samson (my ex-supervisor) for the publication of a new study from our COVID19 project entitled “An exploratory study on emotion regulation strategy use in individuals with Williams syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability”. The… Continue Reading →
I joined Hume AI CEO Dr. Alan Cowen and podcast host Matt Forte to discuss “The Emotion Revolution,” and how the shifting emphasis of the past century of psychological inquiry—on behavior, cognition, and now, emotion—has been marked by advances in… Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Lina Stallmann from Andrea Samson’s CHEERSLab for first authoring this paper to be published in the International Journal of Emerging technologies in Learning entitled, “Simulating social emotion regulation in virtual reality: Effect of virtual social support following ostracism… Continue Reading →
Disa Sauter, David Sander and I would like to thank everyone who attended the pre-conference on affectivism at ISRE2022, including the speakers, the round table experts, Manny Gonzales (new president of ISRE Early Career Researcher), the early career speakers and… Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Lina Stallmann for the acceptance of her first paper! This methods paper describes a novel paradigm in VR designed to test the efficacy of social emotion regulation carried out with an avatar. The first scenario of two is… Continue Reading →
In this paper led by Monique Pfaltz (mid Sweden University) and the team of the “Child Maltreatment: Identifying socio-emotional consequences” group of the “Global Collaboration on traumatic stress”, we present key research recommendations to identify factors that underlie impaired social… Continue Reading →