Yale University - Psychology 131 - Human Emotion
Dr. June Gruber - Yale Psychology - Research Methods in Happiness - Psych 231


Emotion Links

» 5 scientific reasons your idea of happiness is wrong
» Pursuit of happiness can have dark side
» Happy People Die Younger Than Their Peers Downbeat
» Shades of Happiness
» Emotional Wiring Different in Men and Women
» Is Buddhism Good for Your Health?
» Emotion Rules the Brain's Decisions
» Think Crying is Cathartic? Not Always
» Happiest States in America: Sunshine States in the Lead
» The Biology Behind the Milk of Human Kindness
» Emotion and Decision Making in the News
» Emotion Robots Learn from People
» Depressed People Can't Sustain Positive Emotions
» Emotion-Recognition Software Knows What Makes You Smile
» Not Blind to Emotion
» Emotion-Sensing Furniture Changes Hues
» Brain Center Links Music, Memory, and Emotion
» Fish Clarify Cultural Aspects of Emotion
» DVD Helps Kids with Autism Read Faces and Emotions
» From Bipolar Disorder, the Empathy to Be a Doctor
» Laughter: We all laugh. But why?
» Emotional Signals Across Cultures
» People Share News Online That Inspires Awe
» What You're Heart & Brain are Doing When You're in Love
» The Rap on Happiness
» Evidence That Little Touches Do Mean So Much
» Fighting at Elevation
» Be Sad and Succeed
» Happiness Ain't All It's Cracked Up to Be
» Talk Deeply, Be Happy?

Emotion Resources

» Positive Emotion and Psychopathology (PEP) Lab
» Berkeley Psychophysiology Lab
» Berkeley Social Interaction Lab
» USF Mood and Emotion Lab
» Berkeley Emotion and Social Interaction Lab
» Stanford Psychophysiology Lab
» Harvard Affective Neuroscience Lab
» Wisconsin Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience
» UNC Positive Emotion and Psychophysiology Lab
» Yale Regulation of Emotion and Anxiety Disorders Lab
» Berkeley Social Interaction Lab
» Miami Depression and Anxiety Disorders Lab
» Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Lab