- An official journal of the Society for Affective Science
- Covers affective science and emotion research across different disciplines and biological and behavioral domains
- Provides a forum for basic or applied research, and may feature normal or clinical populations
- James Gross,
- Robert W. Levenson,
- Wendy Berry Mendes
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Learn about publishing OA with us
Attachment and Borderline Personality Disorder: Differential Effects on Situational Socio-Affective Processes
Authors (first, second and last of 7)
Affect in the Aging Brain: A Neuroimaging Meta-Analysis of Older Vs. Younger Adult Affective Experience and Perception
Authors (first, second and last of 6)
Daily Affective Dynamics Predict Depression Symptom Trajectories Among Adults with Major and Minor Depression
During this moment, we can all reflect on the fact that discriminatory behavior still exists towards people of African, Latinx, and Asian descent in many countries. In light of these facts, we have focused this special issue on structural racism and affective science.
Guest Editor: Lasana Harris
Submission Deadlines: Proposals are due by August 1, 2020. Authors who are invited to submit a full article will be notified by September 1, 2020. Full manuscripts will be due by December 1, 2020, with the plan to finalize the special issue by 2021.
Affective Science has opened a Call for Papers for a special issue on Emotions in Socio-Political Contexts. The goals of this special issue are to showcase novel theoretical ideas and empirical evidence on the interactions between emotional processes on the one hand and social-political processes on the other hand, across a range of (inter)disciplinary areas.
Edited By: Eran Halperin and Ruthie Pliskin
Deadlines: Proposals due by May 1, 2020. Authors who will be invited to submit a full article will be notified by June 1, 2020. Full manuscripts will be due by December 1, 2020.
As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many of our editors and reviewers will have difficulty meeting the timelines that are associated with our peer review process during normal times. We want to be flexible and balance accommodating these difficulties with our responsibility to authors. So please do let us know if you are going to need additional time and, in particularly challenging situations, if you need us to find someone else to step in and handle a particular manuscript. Our automated Editorial Manager system will continue to remind you of the original timelines and we are exploring the possibility of adding the ability to send out an update to authors when we anticipate delays in the review process. With flexibility and open communication we hopefully can find ways to work together to get through these challenging times.
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