2013 APS Award Address: Gerald L. Clore

Emotions provide embodied information about what is good or bad about important psychological situations. They influence judgments and decisions and regulate modes of thought. New research shows that the affect-cognition connection is malleable rather than fixed, as previously assumed, and that the impact of emotion depends on its apparent object.

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