18 Sep 2007 - 13 Apr 2011
W. Gerrod Parrott
306 I White Gravenor
T: 3:00-5:00 pm and by appt.
Professor W. Gerrod Parrott's central interest is the nature of human emotion. His published work has focused on three areas: philosophical and historical approaches to the concept of emotion; emotion's social foundations and functions, including such social emotions as embarrassment, shame, guilt, envy and jealousy; and the influence of emotion and emotional self-regulation on thought. He is the author of over 75 scholarly chapters and articles, and has published three books, Emotions and Culpabiolity (with Norman Finkel, American Psychological Association, 2006), Emotions in Social Psychology (Psychology Press, 2001) and The Emotions: Social, Cultural, and Biological Dimensions (with Rom Harre', Sage, 1996). He served from 1995-1999 as Editor of the Journal Cognition and Emotion, and is presently the President of the International Society for Research on Emotion
- Ph.D. (1985) University of Pennsylvania, Psychology
- B.A. (1978) University of Virginia, Interdisciplinary: Language and Thought
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