Symposia: 221/200 - Causes and consequences of being moved: Three models

Friday 7 July
9.00 - 10.40 h.
Machuca
Being moved is a positive emotional state marked by weeping, goosebumps, and sensations in the chest, and motivating prosociality. The symposium assembles recent work on three different (and competing) approaches to understand the causes of this state.

 

Chair
Thomas Schubert
Associate Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Oslo. Oslo. Norway.

 

221/20001 On the causes and consequences of “being moved”

(1) Strick, Madelijn; (2) van Soolingen, Jantine

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Social, Health & Organisational Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands; (2) Department of Social, Health & Organisational Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands

221/20002 Being moved by virtue, success and music: The role of surpassing internal standards

(1) Landmann, Helen; (2) Cova, Florian; (3) Hess, Ursula

(1) Researcher. Institute for Psychology. University of Hagen. Germany.; (2) Researcher. Swiss Center for Affectives Sciences. University of Geneva. Geneva. Switzerland.; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. Humboldt University. Berlin. Germany.

221/20003 Interpersonal closeness and morality predict feelings of being moved

(1) Seibt, Beate; (2) Zickfeld, Janis

(1) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Oslo. Oslo. Norway.; (2) PhD Student. Department of Psychology. University of Oslo. Oslo. Norway.

221/20004 To understand an emotion, you need to compare its manifestations across diverse cultures

(1) Fiske, Alan; (2) Schubert, Thomas

(1) Professor. Department of Anthropology. University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles. United States.; (2) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Oslo. Oslo. Norway.

221/20005 Being moved and the social sharing of emotions

(1) Rimé, Bernard

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences. University of Louvain at Louvain-la-Neuve. Louvain-la-Neuve. Belgium