The Swiss Center for Affective Sciences is made of professors, researchers, post-doctoral fellows, and doctoral students from several disciplines involved in the study of emotions.
Our expertise covers a wide range of methods:
- Behavioral analysis (from Eye-tracking to non-verbal communication)
- Implicit methods
- Neuroscientific methods: EEG, fMRI
- Psychophysiological measures of emotions (e.g., cardiac and respiration measures, galvanic skin response)
- Survey, questionnaires, and self-reports
Typically, research collaborations involve one or more of the following:
- Development of scientific protocols for research & development activities
- Complete research design, data collection and analysis
- Development of assessment instruments and procedures for emotion analysis
- Scientific assessment of emotional responses, values, attitudes and preferences in different contexts.