How do emotions relate to their social context? Decades of research have shown how emotions not only result from interactions with other people, but also play a critical role in shaping those interactions. Extending this important tradition, Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction presents innovative scholarship on emotions and the social context in which they occur. The series features the work of accomplished scholars from around the world, highlighting theoretical advances and empirical discoveries, presenting novel implications in a range of disciplines, forging interdisciplinary linkages, and capturing dynamic discussions and debates in the field. The series started in 1977, growing in size and prestige under the guidance of a range of distinguished series editors including Antony Manstead and Keith Oatley. Since 2015 Brian Parkinson and Maya Tamir have commissioned major contributions to the discipline, and they welcomed Daniel Dukes to the series editor team in 2020.
General Editors: Brian Parkinson, University of Oxford; Maya Tamir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Daniel Dukes, University of Fribourg
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