Call for Papers: Special Issue on Emotion Processing
21.01.2021, by Tina Keil in call for papers
Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science
Deadline for abstracts: March 1st, 2021
Research on the role of culture in emotion processing is a matter of considerable debate. One view is that emotions are adaptive reactions to survival-related threats and opportunities (Ekman, 1992; Tooby & Cosmides, 1992). As a result, emotions are expected to be universal. A competing view is that emotions are strongly influenced by the values, roles, and socialization practices that vary across cultures (Mesquita, de Leersnyder, & Boiger, 2016; Oatley, 1993). Thus, people in different cultures might be expected to perceive and express emotions in different ways. Research on emotions (especially facial expressions) has provided support for both perspectives (e.g., Cordaro, Sun, Keltner, Kamble, Huddar, & McNeil, 2020).
This special issue aims to showcase empirical evidence examining emotion processing across different cultural contexts. Emotion processes are broadly construed, and include subjective experience, nonverbal behavior (facial and vocal expressions, body language, etc.), and emotional evaluations.
We invite submissions from multiple disciplines including but not limited to psychology, computer science, sociology, and anthropology. We are especially seeking Research Articles. Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses will also be considered.
- Deadline for expression of interest and abstract submission: March 1, 2021
- Deadline for paper submission: June 1, 2021
Please send your expression of interest and abstract directly to one of the special issue editors via mail (see below).
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