CaltechAUTHORS
  A Caltech Library Service

The rise of affectivism

Dukes, Daniel and Abrams, Kathryn and Adolphs, Ralph and Ahmed, Mohammed E. and Beatty, Andrew and Berridge, Kent C. and Broomhall, Susan and Brosch, Tobias and Campos, Joseph J. and Clay, Zanna and Clément, Fabrice and Cunningham, William A. and Damasio, Antonio and Damasio, Hanna and D’Arms, Justin and Davidson, Jane W. and de Gelder, Beatrice and Deonna, Julien and de Sousa, Ronnie and Ekman, Paul and Ellsworth, Phoebe C. and Fehr, Ernst and Fischer, Agneta and Foolen, Ad and Frevert, Ute and Grandjean, Didier and Gratch, Jonathan and Greenberg, Leslie and Greenspan, Patricia and Gross, James J. and Halperin, Eran and Kappas, Arvid and Keltner, Dacher and Knutson, Brian and Konstan, David and Kret, Mariska E. and LeDoux, Joseph E. and Lerner, Jennifer S. and Levenson, Robert W. and Loewenstein, George and Manstead, Antony S. R. and Maroney, Terry A. and Moors, Agnes and Niedenthal, Paula and Parkinson, Brian and Pavlidis, Ioannis and Pelachaud, Catherine and Pollak, Seth D. and Pourtois, Gilles and Roettger-Roessler, Birgitt and Russell, James A. and Sauter, Disa and Scarantino, Andrea and Scherer, Klaus R. and Stearns, Peter and Stets, Jan E. and Tappolet, Christine and Teroni, Fabrice and Tsai, Jeanne and Turner, Jonathan and Van Reekum, Carien and Vuilleumier, Patrik and Wharton, Tim and Sander, David (2021) The rise of affectivism. Nature Human Behaviour, 5 (7). pp. 816-820. ISSN 2397-3374. PMCID PMC8319089. doi:10.1038/s41562-021-01130-8. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20210701-205646378

[img] PDF (Dataset address, R code directory, Explanation of Fig. 1b, Explanation of Fig. 1c, Explanations of Fig. 1d–g, Supplementary Reading list) - Supplemental Material
See Usage Policy.

599kB

Use this Persistent URL to link to this item: https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20210701-205646378

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?


Item Type:Article
Related URLs:
URLURL TypeDescription
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-021-01130-8DOIArticle
https://rdcu.be/cnz9SPublisherFree ReadCube access
ORCID:
AuthorORCID
Dukes, Daniel0000-0001-8360-849X
Adolphs, Ralph0000-0002-8053-9692
Ahmed, Mohammed E.0000-0003-3849-6403
Berridge, Kent C.0000-0002-6031-2626
Broomhall, Susan0000-0002-6018-5743
Brosch, Tobias0000-0001-6883-0383
Clément, Fabrice0000-0002-6319-4362
Fehr, Ernst0000-0001-6325-7821
Fischer, Agneta0000-0001-6939-8174
Grandjean, Didier0000-0001-6125-4520
Gratch, Jonathan0000-0002-5959-809X
Greenspan, Patricia0000-0001-7062-0596
Gross, James J.0000-0003-3624-3090
Halperin, Eran0000-0002-3379-2935
Kappas, Arvid0000-0002-7715-8709
Knutson, Brian0000-0002-7669-426X
Konstan, David0000-0002-7264-8952
Kret, Mariska E.0000-0002-3197-5084
Lerner, Jennifer S.0000-0002-1255-4196
Levenson, Robert W.0000-0002-2036-793X
Loewenstein, George0000-0003-2790-0474
Manstead, Antony S. R.0000-0001-7540-2096
Moors, Agnes0000-0002-5137-557X
Parkinson, Brian0000-0001-8065-5725
Pavlidis, Ioannis0000-0001-8025-2600
Pelachaud, Catherine0000-0003-1008-0799
Pollak, Seth D.0000-0001-5184-9846
Pourtois, Gilles0000-0002-5109-2801
Russell, James A.0000-0003-1041-3717
Sauter, Disa0000-0003-4872-0536
Scherer, Klaus R.0000-0001-9526-0144
Stets, Jan E.0000-0001-6371-3292
Teroni, Fabrice0000-0001-6532-4258
Tsai, Jeanne0000-0003-4150-8268
Van Reekum, Carien0000-0002-1516-1101
Vuilleumier, Patrik0000-0002-8198-9214
Wharton, Tim0000-0003-3702-1772
Sander, David0000-0003-1266-9361
Additional Information:© 2021 Nature Publishing Group. Published: 10 June 2021. Author Contributions: The manuscript was written primarily by D.D. and D. Sander after taking into account the inputs and rounds of comments from the other co-authors (K.A., R.A., M.E.A., A.B., K.C.B., S.B., T.B., J.J.C., Z.C., F.C., W.A.C., A.D., H.D., J. D’Arms, J.W.D., B.d.G., J. Deonna, R.d.S., P.E., P.C.E., E.F., A. Fischer, A. Foolen., U.F., D.G., J.G., L.G., P.G., J.J.G., E.H., A.K., D. Keltner, B.K., D. Konstan, M.E.K., J.E.L.D., J.S.L., R.W.L., G.L., A.S.R.M., T.A.M., A.M., P.N., B.P., I.P., C.P., S.D.P., G.P., B.R.-R., J.A.R., D. Sauter, A.S., K.R.S., P.S., J.E.S., C.T., F.T., J. Tsai, J. Turner, C.V.R., P.V., and T.W.). I.P. and M.E.A. prepared Fig. 1b–g. Except for D.D. and D. Sander, the authorship list is in alphabetical order. The authors declare no competing interests.
Subject Keywords:Economics; History; Language and linguistics; Philosophy; Psychology
Issue or Number:7
PubMed Central ID:PMC8319089
DOI:10.1038/s41562-021-01130-8
Record Number:CaltechAUTHORS:20210701-205646378
Persistent URL:https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20210701-205646378
Official Citation:Dukes, D., Abrams, K., Adolphs, R. et al. The rise of affectivism. Nat Hum Behav 5, 816–820 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-021-01130-8
Usage Policy:No commercial reproduction, distribution, display or performance rights in this work are provided.
ID Code:109713
Collection:CaltechAUTHORS
Deposited By: Tony Diaz
Deposited On:02 Jul 2021 20:08
Last Modified:27 Aug 2021 18:24

Repository Staff Only: item control page