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Affective Science

Affective science is the study of affective processes (e.g., emotion, stress, motivation) in the lives of individuals, groups, organizations, and cultures. Faculty in this area use a variety of methods (e.g., fMRI, EEG/ERPs, peripheral psychophysiology, ecological momentary assessment) to study affective processes in normative and clinical populations, as well as workplaces.

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