The Affective Sciences Group

About the group

The Affective Sciences Group is a newly formed research group with 15 permanent faculty and a growing number of postdocs and doctoral students who work on various topics related to the affective sciences. The main objective of the group is to promote collaborative research, to provide a forum for discussion, to encourage and supporting the writing of project proposals to funding agencies

Projects

Psychophysiology of kama muta

Analyzing affect in video and audio materials on therapy sessions

Does the opioid system promote adaptive relational strategies?

Effects of social exclusion on perceived meaningfulness in life, protection of off-spring and mu-opioid sensitivity

Tapping Implicit Affective Prejudices towards Out-group Members

Kama muta of collective bonding

Assessment of emotion understanding in a RCT-study of N-TIK

Understanding is a pleasurable state

Published Mar. 16, 2017 3:37 PM - Last modified Mar. 22, 2017 8:50 AM