Conference Talk – EASP 2023

Beyond outrage: Observers anticipate different behaviors from expressors of anger versus disgust The modern world affords unprecedented opportunities for individuals to express themselves. The widespread distribution of one specific type of expression – moral outrage – has consequences for social and political harmony. The current investigation contributes to better understanding these consequences by examining what […]

Invited Talk – Social Psychology Talk Series @University of Kent

25th March, 2022, Social Psychology Talk Series at School of Psychology, University of Kent Moral Emotions Communicate Aggressions in Moral Punishment Punishment typically follows from other-condemning moral emotions. Several studies indicated that emotions motivate punishment, with some suggesting that punishment expresses moral emotions, especially anger and moral disgust. Although some work referred to “outrage” as […]