“Affective Social Learning”, forthcoming, 2019

Fabrice Clément and I have begun editing a book to be called, Foundations of Affective Social Learning: conceptualising the transmission of social value with Cambridge University Press as part of their Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction series.

We are delighted to say that everyone involved in the 2017 conference on affective social learning has agreed to provide a chapter for the book. Furthermore, we are honoured to have Joseph Campos providing a foreword. The book itself will be divided up as follows:

FOUNDATIONS OF AFFECTIVE SOCIAL LEARNING: CONCEPTUALISING THE TRANSMISSION OF SOCIAL VALUE

Foreword: Joseph Campos (UC Berkeley)

An introduction to affective social learning:
Daniel Dukes (University of Geneva,  University of Amsterdam)
Fabrice Clément (University of Neuchâtel)

SECTION ONE:
On the evolutionary foundations of affective social learning processes: lessons from comparative psychology

Chapter 1: Orangutan immatures acquire their skill sets through affective learning from tolerant experts
Caroline Schuppli (University of Zürich)
Carel van Schaik (University of Zürich)

Chapter 2: A chimpanzee’s view on affective social learning: the emotional side of cultural learning in primates
Thibaud Gruber (University of Oxford; University of Geneva)
Christine Sievers (University of Basel)

SECTION TWO:
On human development and affective social learning

Chapter 3: Testimony and Emotion
Paul Harris (University of Harvard)

Chapter 4: Uses and Abuses of Ostensive Communication: Developmental origins of trust-based mentalization and its disorders
György Gergely (CEU Budapest)

SECTION THREE:
On the mechanics of affective social learning

Chapter 5: Relation alignment and the construction of emotional meaning
Brian Parkinson (University of Oxford)

Chapter 6: The Influence of Social Information on Emotion Recognition
Christian Mumenthaler (University of Geneva)
David Sander (University of Geneva)

Chapter 7: Affective Social Learning and Emotional Acculturation: Two sides of the same coin?
Jozefien de Leersnyder (University of Amsterdam)

SECTION FOUR:
Applications of Affective social learning

Chapter 8: What do we learn from seeing others regret their decisions?
Antony Manstead (Cardiff University)

Chapter 9: Learning from emotions
Agneta Fischer
(University of Amsterdam)

CONCLUSION

Chapter 10: Structuring Affective Social Learning
Daniel Dukes (University of Geneva,  University of Amsterdam)
Fabrice Clément (University of Neuchâtel)