2016 Archive – Conference Events & Schedule

Program

The conference will start Wednesday 6 July 2016 at 08.00 and ends with a conference dinner on Thursday evening 7 July 2016.

We have included all relevant information about the program in the different PDF-files you can download below. Note that no paper copies will be provided during the conference.

DUE TO SOME LAST MINUTE CANCELATIONS, THERE HAVE BEEN SOME MINOR CHANGES TO THE PROGRAM.

BELOW YOU WILL FIND THE UPDATED PROGRAM. CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF CHANGES FROM THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM.

  • CERE2016 Program at a glance: concise overview of both conference days: pdf
  • CERE2016 Program: extended overview of both conference days: pdf
  • CERE2016 Abstracts: abstracts of all presentations: pdf
  • CERE2016 Overview poster session: list of poster titles: pdf

Symposia titles (convenors)

  • Emotional Response, Regulation and Recovery: Brain, Body, Behaviour (Tom Johnstone, University of Reading)
  • Causes and consequences of awe (Michiel van Elk, University of Amsterdam)
  • Cognitive and physiological mechanisms governing depressive rumination (Ernst Koster, Ghent University)
  • Contextual influences on social effects of emotion (Marc Heerdink & Xia Fang, University of Amsterdam)
  • Emotion Goals Shape Emotional Experiences at the Individual and Group Levels (Liat Netzer, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Inter-individual effects of crying (Asmir Gračanin, Tilburg University)
  • Nonverbal vocalisations of emotions – An emerging research field (Disa Sauter, University of Amsterdam)
  • Relational consequences of emotion communication (Magdalena Rychlowska & Danielle Shore, Cardiff University & University of Oxford)
  • Bullying (Carolien Rieffe, Leiden University)

In addition to these 9 symposia sessions, the conference includes 15 open paper sessions, and a poster session.

Keynote speakers

Carolien Rieffe is a professor in developmental and educational psychology at Leiden University. She received her MSc Degree in Psychological Methodology from the University of Amsterdam, and her PhD for her studies on the child’s theory of mind and emotions from the VU University Amsterdam. Carolien’s current research focuses on the use of emotion regulation skills (e.g., emotion awareness, coping, display rules, anger expression) during childhood and adolescence in typical and atypical development (autism, deafness, somatisation, and cultural differences).

Roger Giner-Sorolla is a professor in social psychology at the University of Kent. His research interests include emotions and moral judgment; emotion and self-control; and intergroup emotions. Particularly important in his work are the emotion pairs anger versus disgust, and shame versus guilt, as well as the more general distinction between self-conscious emotions (e.g., guilt) and non-self-conscious emotion (e.g., anxiety). He is also am interested in the automaticity of emotional influences on judgment, both in general, and in comparing the automaticity of different emotion types.

Giselinde Kuipers is a professor of cultural sociology at the University of Amsterdam. She studied cultural anthropology at Utrecht University, and received her PhD in sociology from the University of Amsterdam in 2001. Giselinde has published widely in the fields of cultural sociology, the sociology of humor, media studies, and cultural globalization and transnational culture. Much of this research is comparative: Giselinde has done research in several European countries (the Netherlands, France, Italy and Poland) as well as the US. In 2006, she published Good Humor, Bad Taste: A Sociology of the Joke, comparing Dutch and American humor styles. A new revised edition of this book has appeared in 2015.