25th APS Annual Convention: Mark Your Calendar (Washington, DC, USA - May 23-26, 2013)

Cross-Cutting Theme Program

How Social-Affective Neuroscience Contributes to Social-Affective Psychology

Saturday, May 25, 2013, 1:10 PM - 1:40 PM
Thurgood Marshall Ballroom West

Social-affective neuroscience contributes to theory and research in social-affective psychology in multiple ways. In this talk, I will demonstrate how research on conceptual issues in social-affective neuroscience triggered lines of research on conceptual issues in social-affective psychology that did not (or need not) include neuroscience measures.

This is part of the Biological Bases of Social Behavior

 
Subject Area: Biological Bases of Social Behavior

Eddie Harmon-Jones

Eddie Harmon-Jones
University of New South Wales, Australia


 
Subject Area: Biological Bases of Social Behavior

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