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Title: The rise of affectivism
Authors: Dukes, D
Abrams, K
Adolphs, R
Ahmed, ME
Beatty, A
Berridge, KC
Broomhall, S
Brosch, T
Campos, JJ
Clay, Z
Clément, F
Cunningham, WA
Damasio, A
Damasio, H
D’Arms, J
Davidson, JW
de Gelder, B
Deonna, J
de Sousa, R
Ekman, P
Ellsworth, PC
Fehr, E
Fischer, A
Foolen, A
Frevert, U
Grandjean, D
Gratch, J
Greenberg, L
Greenspan, P
Gross, JJ
Halperin, E
Kappas, A
Keltner, D
Knutson, B
Konstan, D
Kret, ME
LeDoux, JE
Lerner, JS
Levenson, RW
Loewenstein, G
Manstead, ASR
Maroney, TA
Moors, A
Niedenthal, P
Parkinson, B
Pavlidis, I
Pelachaud, C
Pollak, SD
Pourtois, G
Roettger-Roessler, B
Russell, JA
Sauter, D
Scarantino, A
Scherer, KR
Stearns, P
Stets, JE
Tappolet, C
Teroni, F
Tsai, J
Turner, J
Reekum, CV
Vuilleumier, P
Wharton, T
Sander, D
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2021
Publisher: Springer Nature
Citation: Dukes, D. et al. (2021) 'The rise of affectivism', Nature Human Behaviour, 5 (7), pp. 816 - 820. doi: 10.1038/s41562-021-01130-8.
Abstract: Research over the past decades has demonstrated the explanatory power of emotions, feelings, motivations, moods, and other affective processes when trying to understand and predict how we think and behave. In this consensus article, we ask: has the increasingly recognized impact of affective phenomena ushered in a new era, the era of affectivism?
Description: Supplementary Information is available online at - Dataset address, R code directory, Explanation of Fig. 1b, Explanation of Fig. 1c, Explanations of Fig. 1d–g, Supplementary Reading list.
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Other Identifiers: ORCID iDs: Daniel Dukes; Ralph Adolphs; Mohammed E. Ahmed; Andrew Beatty; Kent C. Berridge; Susan Broomhall; Tobias Brosch; Fabrice Clément; Ernst Fehr; Agneta Fischer; Didier Grandjean; Jonathan Gratch; Patricia Greenspan; James J. Gross; Eran Halperin; Arvid Kappas; Brian Knutson; David Konstan; Mariska E. Kret; Jennifer S. Lerner; Robert W. Levenson; George Loewenstein; Antony S. R. Manstead; Agnes Moors; Brian Parkinson; Ioannis Pavlidis; Catherine Pelachaud; Seth D. Pollak; Gilles Pourtois; James A. Russell; Disa Sauter; Klaus R. Scherer; Jan E. Stets; Fabrice Teroni; Jeanne Tsai; Carien Van Reekum; Patrik Vuilleumier; Tim Wharton; David Sander
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