Carrie studies the construct of mindfulness (present moment attention and awareness) and its influence on affective processes, relationships, and well-being. Visit her online: K. Carrie Adair.
Yen-Ping studies positive emotions, specifically the emotion of gratitude.
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Jenna studies the outcomes of online social interaction and the impact of evidence-type in persuasive communication on person perception.
Cameron studies how concept knowledge that is supported by language shapes the visual perception of emotional facial expressions.
David studies how positive emotions affect behaviors as well as long-term physical health outcomes.
Amelia studies morality, moral behavior, and the ways we frame situations that make people behave more morally.
Jason studies how implicit attitudes are measured as well as the role implicit attitudes play in voting behavior and political party identification.
Neil studies how people “jump to conclusions” when making moral judgments, how people use stereotypes to categorize others as either villains or victims, and how these phenomena interact to produce unique patterns of prejudice.
Suzannah studies the relationship between positive emotions, genes, and health.
Khoa studies how positive emotions influence social cognition and pro-social behaviors and behaviors that cultivate positive emotions and increase well-being in online interactions.
Kent studies the role of subjective interpretation in prejudice and emotional experience.
Jennifer studies emotional complexity and experience, interception, and representations in the body and brain.
Brett studies how positive emotions facilitate the cognitive regulation of emotion in response to negative experiences and how these processes impact mental and physical health.
Elise studies positive emotions and cognitive processes, particularly those that are automatic.
Chelsea studies morality and its intersection with mind perception and religion.
Holly studies language, emotion experience, and perception.
Heidi studies implicit and explicit barriers to academic achievement in minority youth.