September 2019

Curriculum Vitae

 

Ira J. Roseman, Ph.D.

 

Office Address:                                                                      Home address:

Department of Psychology                                                      300 Lincoln Avenue

Rutgers University                                                                  Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Camden, NJ  08102                                                                Phone: (856) 795-6958

Phone: (856) 225-6341

FAX:   (856) 225-6602

E-Mail: ira.roseman@rutgers.edu

Website: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~roseman

 

Date of Birth: September 1953

 

Place of Birth:  New York City


 

Professional Experience:

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research, 1982-1990 Visiting Scholar, UCLA, 1991, 1992

Associate Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University, 1992-2009 Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University, 2009-present

 

Education:

B.A.   Psychology and Political Science, Columbia College, 1974.

M.A.   Psychology, Yale University, 1977.

Ph.D.  Psychology, Yale University, December, 1982.

 

Honors, Awards, Scholarships and Fellowships: Phi Beta Kappa, Columbia College, 1974.

B.A. summa cum laude, Columbia College, 1974.

NSF Graduate Fellowship, 1974-76, 1978-79 (awarded 1974).

Danforth Graduate Fellowship, 1977-78, 1979-81 (awarded 1974).

Finalist, Society for Experimental Social Psychology Dissertation Award, 1983. Fellow, NIMH Summer Institute on Cognition-Emotion Interrelationships, 1985.

Fellow, American Institute of Indian Studies, 1986.

Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Rutgers University, CCAS, 2012.

 

Professional Associations:

Association for Psychological Science

American Psychological Association

International Society for Research on Emotions

American Political Science Association

Society for Personality and Social Psychology


Research Interests:

Emotion and emotional pathology

Motivation

Political psychology

Social cognition and belief systems

Cross-cultural psychology

 

 Current Research:

 

Emotion, social cognition, cross-cultural psychology:

 

Testing and refining a theory of the appraisal determinants of emotions

 

Applying the theory to account for cultural, developmental, and individual differences in emotional response

 

Investigating differences and similarities among particular emotions in phenomenology, physiology, expressions, action tendencies, actions, goals, and response “strategies”

 

Examining relationships among particular emotions (including emotion families, and the system of emotional response alternatives)

 

Relating emotion-eliciting appraisals to emotional responses, within an overarching model of the emotion system

 

Studying how people attempt to regulate emotions using cognitive, motivational, and behavioral strategies; and comparing the efficacy of different regulatory mechanisms

 

Applying basic research on appraisals and emotions to help understand, diagnose, and treat emotional pathology

 

Motivation:

 

Examining relationships between motivation and emotion, and their distinct and complementary contributions to the explanation of behavior

 

Testing and refining a theory of romantic, vocational, political, and religious passion

 Political psychology, belief systems:

Testing and refining theories of ideological structure and individual attachment to ideologies; identifying factors that produce belief systems resistant to disconfirmation

 

Applying basic research on emotion and motivation to issues of social and political concern, such as voting, responses to political communications, and racial prejudice

 

Teaching Experience:

  Emotion

  Motivation

Psychology of Strongly Held Beliefs

Introduction to Social Psychology Social Psychology (undergraduate)

Social Psychology (graduate)

Fieldwork in Psychology

Psychology and Law

Psychology of Visual Art

Introductory Proseminar

Research/Fieldwork

Practicum  

Research Methods (graduate)

Survey Research Methods

Thesis Seminar (graduate)

Method and Theory in Psychology

Research Methods in Psychology (undergraduate)

Research Support

  Cultural Differences and Similarities in Emotions and Emotional Pathology, $11,596.00, American Institute of Indian Studies / National Science Foundation grant INT 8304294 A02, 1986, Ira Roseman, Principal Investigator.

 

Citations: (Google Scholar Page): n=8708 as of 9/7/19  (3335 since 2014) https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=search_authors&mauthors=ira+roseman&hl=en&oi=ao

 

 

Service to the Profession:

 

Ad Hoc Reviewer:

 

Grants:

 

National Science Foundation

Netherlands Organisation for Social Research Russell Sage Foundation


 

Professional Journals:

 

Basic and Applied Social Psychology

British Journal of Social Psychology

Cognition and Emotion

Consciousness and Cognition

Emotion

Emotion Review

European Journal of Social Psychology

Group Processes and Intergroup Relations

Journal of Cognitive Systems Research

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

Journal of Personality & Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition

Journal of Personality & Social Psychology: Interpersonal Relations & Group Processes

Journal of Personality &Social Psychology:PersonalityProcesses&Individual Differences

Journal of Positive Psychology

Motivation and Emotion

Personal Relationships

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Personality and Social Psychology Review

PLOS ONE

Political Psychology

Psychological Bulletin

Psychological Reports

Psychological Review

Social Psychological & Personality Science

Social Research

 

Academic Publishers:

 

Cambridge University Press

Harvard University Press

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

Oxford University Press

Psychology Press

Routledge

John Wiley

 

Service to the Department, College, Campus, and University:

 

Director, Graduate Program, Psychology Dept.

Alumni Outreach Coordinator, Psychology Dept. Member,

Admissions and Retention Committee, CCAS

Member Faculty Senate, Camden FAS

Member, Women's Studies Program Faculty, CCAS

Member, Courses of Study Committee, Camden FAS

Member, Committee on Long Range Planning, Camden FAS

Member, Committee on Teacher Evaluation, CCAS

Advisor for Transfer Students, CCAS

Supervisor, special research methods tutorial, Psychology Dept.

Member, Ad Hoc Colloquium Committee, Psychology Dept.

Co-Author, Graduate Program Proposal, Psychology Dept.

Member, Committee on Student Life, CCAS

Chair, Committee on Student Life, CCAS

Member, Industrial/Organizational Search Committee, Psychology Dept.

Member, Space Committee, Psychology Dept.

Member, Academic Policy Committee, CCAS

Member, Ad Hoc Committee on University Restructuring

Member, Curriculum Committee, Psychology Dept.

Member, Executive Committee, graduate program, Psychology Dept.

Member, Peer Evaluation Committee, Psychology Dept.

Chair, Peer Evaluation Committee, Psychology Dept.

Member, Social Sciences Committee on Appointments & Promotions, Camden FAS

Chair, Social Sciences Committee on Appointments & Promotions, Camden FAS

Member, “Building on Faculty Excellence” University Strategic Planning Committee

Member, Research Award Committee, Camden FAS

Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Psychology Dept.

Member, Undergraduate Committee, Psychology Dept.

Member, Department Committee, Psychology Dept.

 

 

Publications:  (*indicates student co-author)

 

Roseman, I. J. (1983). Cognitive determinants of emotions. (Doctoral dissertation, Yale University, 1982). Dissertation Abstracts International, 43, 4200B.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1984). Cognitive determinants of emotions: A structural theory. In P. Shaver (Ed.), Review of Personality and Social Psychology (Vol. 5, pp. 11-36). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

 

Roseman, I. J., Abelson, R. P., & * Ewing, M. F. (1986). Emotion and political cognition: Emotional appeals in political communication. In R. R. Lau & D. O. Sears (Eds.), Political cognition: the 19th annual Carnegie Symposium on Cognition (pp. 279-294). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Spindel, M. S., & Jose, P. E. (1990). Appraisals of emotion-eliciting events: Testing a theory of discrete emotions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59, 899-915.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1991). Appraisal determinants of discrete emotions. Cognition and Emotion, 5, 161- 200.

Roseman, I. J. (1994). The psychology of strongly-held beliefs: Theories of ideological structure and individual attachment. In R. C. Schank & E. Langer (Eds.), Beliefs, reasoning, and decision- making: Psycho-logic in honor of Bob Abelson (pp. 175-208). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1994). Emotions and emotion families in the emotion system. In N. H. Frijda (Ed.), Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions (pp. 171-175). Storrs, CT: International Society for Research on Emotions.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Wiest, C., & *Swartz, T. S. (1994). Phenomenology, behaviors, and goals differentiate discrete emotions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 67, 206-221.

 

Roseman, I. J., Dhawan, N., Rettek, S. I., Naidu, R. K., & Thapa, K. (1995). Cultural differences and cross-cultural similarities in appraisals and emotional responses. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 26, 23-48.

 

Dhawan, N., Roseman, I. J., Naidu, R. K., Thapa, K., & Rettek, S. I. (1995). Self-concepts across two cultures: India and the United States. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 26, 606-621.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1996). Why these appraisals? Anchoring appraisal models to research on emotional behavior and related response systems. In N. H. Frijda (Ed.), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions (pp. 106-110). Storrs, CT: International Society for Research on Emotions.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Antoniou, A. A., & Jose, P. E. (1996). Appraisal determinants of emotions: Constructing a more accurate and comprehensive theory. Cognition and Emotion, 10, 241-277.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1998). Progress in understanding the emotion system: Distinguishing shame from guilt, contempt from anger, and disgust from frustration. In A. Fischer (Ed.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions (pp. 199-204). Amsterdam: International Society for Research on Emotions.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2001). A model of appraisal in the emotion system: Integrating theory, research, and applications. In K. R. Scherer, A. Schorr, & T. Johnstone (Eds.), Appraisal processes in emotion: Theory, methods, research (pp. 68-91). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Roseman, I. J., & Kaiser, S. (2001). Applications of appraisal theory to understanding, diagnosing, and treating emotional pathology. In K. R. Scherer, A. Schorr, & T. Johnstone (Eds.), Appraisal processes in emotion: Theory, methods, research (pp. 249-267). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Roseman, I. J., & Smith, C. A. (2001). Appraisal theory: Overview, assumptions, varieties, controversies. In K. R. Scherer, A. Schorr, & T. Johnstone (Eds.), Appraisal processes in emotion: Theory, methods, research (pp. 3-19). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2002). Dislike, anger, and contempt: Interpersonal distancing, attack, and exclusion emotions. Emotion Researcher, 16(3), 5-6.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2004). Appraisals, rather than unpleasantness or muscle movements, are the primary determinants of specific emotions. Emotion, 4, 145-150.

Roseman, I. J. (2004). Regret vs. guilt: Self-directed distancing vs. attack emotions. In A. Kappas (Ed.), ISRE 2000: Proceedings of the XIth Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, 16-20 August 2000, Quebec City (pp. 35-39). Amsterdam: ISRE Publications/University of Amsterdam.

 

Roseman, I. J., & *Evdokas, A. (2004). Appraisals cause experienced emotions: Experimental evidence. Cognition and Emotion, 18, 1-28.

 

Roseman, I. J., & Read, S. J. (2005). In Memoriam: Robert P. Abelson (1928 - 2005). Psychological Science Agenda, 19, 7-12.

 

Read, S. J., & Roseman, I. J. (Eds.). (2006). In Memoriam: Robert P. Abelson (1928 - 2005). APS Observer, 19, 19-25.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2006). In Memoriam: Robert P. Abelson (1928 - 2005). APS Observer, 19, 21-22. Roseman, I. J., & Read, S. J. (2007). Robert P. Abelson (1928-2005). American Psychologist, 62, 247-248.

 

Roseman, I. J., & Read, S. J. (2007). Psychologist at play: Robert P. Abelson's life and contributions to psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2, 86-97.

 

Fischer, A. H., & Roseman, I. J. (2007). Beat them or ban them: The characteristics and social functions of anger and contempt. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 93, 103-115.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2008). Motivations and emotivations: Approach, avoidance, and other tendencies in motivated and emotional behavior. In A. J. Elliot (Ed.), Handbook of approach and avoidance motivation (pp. 343-366). New York: Psychology Press.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2009). Agency. In D. Sander & K. R. Scherer (Eds.), Oxford companion to the affective sciences (pp. 20-21). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2009). Legitimacy. In D. Sander & K. R. Scherer (Eds.), Oxford companion to the affective sciences (p. 238). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2011). Emotional behaviors, emotivational goals, emotion strategies: Multiple levels of organization integrate variable and consistent responses. Emotion Review, 3, 434-443.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2013). Appraisal in the emotion system: Coherence in strategies for coping. Emotion Review, 5, 141-149.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2013). Author reply: On the frontiers of appraisal theory. Emotion Review, 5, 187-188.

 

*Gunn J. F., III, Roseman, I., & *Shukusky, J. (2016). Thwarted needs and suicidality: A comparison of two theoretical models. Sucidology Online, 7, 1-8.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2017a). Transformative events: Appraisal bases of passion and mixed emotions.

Emotion Review9(2), 133-139.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2017b). Comment: Frameworks for theory and research on positive emotions.

Emotion Review, 9(3), 238-244. 

 

Mattes, K., Roseman, I. J., Redlawsk, D. P., & *Katz, S. (2017). Contempt and anger in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election. In J. C. Lucas, C. J. Galdieri, & T. S. Sisco (Eds.), Conventional wisdom, parties, and broken barriers in the 2016 election (pp. 101-113). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2018). Functions of anger in the emotion system. In H. Lench (Ed.), The function of emotions: When and why emotions help us (pp. 141-173). New York: Springer.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2018). Rejecting the unworthy: The causes, components, and consequences of contempt.  In M. Mason (Ed.), The moral psychology of contempt (pp. 107-130). London: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2018). Donad Trump, contempt, and the 2016 GOP Iowa Caucuses. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 28(2), 173-189.

 

Roseman, I. J., & Steele, A. K. (2018). Concluding commentary: Schadenfreude, gluckschmerz, jealousy, and hate—what (and when, and why) are the emotions? Emotion Review, 10(4), 327-340.

 

Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., Redlawsk, D. P., & *Katz, S. (2019). Reprehensible, laughable: The role of contempt in negative campaigning. American Politics Research

 

 

 

 

Proposals:

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2015). Differentiating discrete emotions: Contempt and anger. Proposal for the 2016 ANES Pilot Study, Submitted to American National Election Studies.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2016). Measuring contempt toward candidates in the 2016 presidential election: Predicting candidate evaluation, party polarization, turnout, and candidate choice. Proposal for the 2016 ANES Time Series Study, Submitted to American National Election Studies.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., *Katz, S., & Mattes, K.  (2018). Measuring contempt felt by respondents to predict candidate evaluations and voting variables. Proposal for the 2018 ANES Time Series Study, Submitted to American National Election Studies.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & Crowell., J  (2019). Testing the affect battery for specificity of the target. Proposal for the 2019 ANES Pilot Study, Submitted to American National Election Studies.

 

 

 

Under review:

 

Roseman, I. J., (2019).  Anger and interpersonal dislike. Invited chapter for Routledge Handbook of Emotion Theory. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & Redlawsk, D. P. (2019). Contempt and incivility in American political campaign narratives and outcomes. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

 

Unpublished Manuscripts:

 

Roseman, I. J. (1977). The comprehension and recall of probable and improbable goal, action, and outcome information in brief stories. Unpublished master's thesis. Yale University, New Haven, CT.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1982). Cognitive determinants of emotions. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Yale University.

Roseman, I. J. (1995). The determinants of emotions are not just cognitive. Unpublished manuscript, Rutgers University.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Swartz, T. S., *Newman, L., & *Nichols, N. (2010). Phenomenology, behaviors, and goals also differentiate positive emotions. Unpublished manuscript, Rutgers University.

 

*Sulik, M. J., Roseman, I. J., & Jose, P. E. (2012). Appraisals distinguishing attack emotions from exclusion emotions. Unpublished manuscript, Rutgers University.

 

*Johnston, B. M., & Roseman, I. J. (2015). Disgust and admiration as unique predictors of sexual prejudice. Unpublished manuscript, City University of New York.

 

 

Works in Progress:

 

Jose, P. E., Roseman, I. J., & *Young, S. (in preparation).  Why did voters in the last U.S. presidential election differentially perceive psychopathic tendencies between the two candidates?  

 

*Steele, A.K., Roseman, I.J., & *Goodvin, A. (in preparation). Is dislike a distinct emotion? Manuscript in preparation.

 

Roseman, I. J. (in preparation). The emotion system: Strategies for coping with crises and opportunities. Book manuscript in preparation.

Conference Presentations, Lectures:

 

Roseman, I. J. (1979, September). Cognitive aspects of emotion and emotional behavior. In S. Fiske (Chair), Social cognition and affect. Symposium conducted at the 87th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

 

Lehnert, W., Roseman, I. J., & Abelson, R. (1980). Affect analysis and text comprehension. Paper presented at 2nd Annual Meeting, Cognitive Science Society, New Haven, CT.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1983, June). A "cognitive" theory of emotions and its implications for psychopathology. Paper presented at International Conference on Emotion, Stress, and Conflict, Nag's Head Conference Center, Kill Devil Hills, NC.

 

Abelson, R. P., & Roseman, I. J. (1984, May). Love appeals and anger appeals in political persuasion.Paper presented at the 19th Annual Carnegie Symposium on Cognition, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1984, June). Why do we have emotions? Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Affect and Emotion, Nag's Head Conference Center, Kill Devil Hills, NC.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1984, August). The structure of emotion antecedents: Individual and cross-cultural differences.  In P. Shaver (Chair), New approaches to emotion structure and process.

Symposium conducted at the 92nd Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, Toronto.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1984, October). A motivation-plus-cognition theory of emotion: What we want and what we get. In S. Fiske (Chair), Representations of affect in social settings. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology, Snowbird, Utah.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1985, August). The structure and functions of the emotion system: Relationships between antecedents and components of basic emotions. Paper presented at the Summer Institute on Cognition-Emotion Interrelationships, Winter Park, CO.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1986, February). Studies of cognitive appraisal and emotional response in India and the United States. Paper presented at Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1987, August). Ways of differentiating anxiety and depression. In J. R. Riskind, & I. J. Roseman (Chairs), Differentiating anxiety and depression. Symposium conducted at 95th Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

 

Dhawan, N., & Roseman, I. J. (1988, August). Self-concepts across two cultures: India and the United States. Paper presented at the 9th International Congress, International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, University of Newcastle, Australia.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1989). The emotion system: Why we have the feelings that we do. Paper presented at the Interdisciplinary Conference on Affect and Adjustment, Nag's Head Conference Center, Kill Devil Hills, NC.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1990, November). The emotion system: Strategies for coping with crises and opportunities. Colloquium presented at Department of Psychology, The Graduate Center, City University of New York.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1991, January). The emotion system: Strategies for coping with crises and opportunities. Colloquium presented at Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1991, February). The emotion system: A coherent set of strategies for coping.

Colloquium presented to the Social Psychology area, UCLA.

Roseman, I. J. (1991, March). The emotion system: A coherent set of strategies for coping. Colloquium presented to Social Psychology area, University of Southern California.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1991, May). The emotion system: A coherent set of strategies for coping. Colloquium presented to Social Psychology area, Yale University.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1993, January). The emotion system. Colloquium presented to the Department of Psychology Emotion Research Group, University of Delaware.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1993, September). The psychology of strongly-held beliefs. Invited paper presented at the Festschrift for Bob Abelson, Mystic, CT.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1993, October). The emotion system: A coherent set of strategies. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology, Santa Barbara, CA.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1994, July). The discrete emotions form a coherent set: A theory of emotional responses. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Convention, American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Swartz, T. S., *Newman, L., & *Nichols, N. (1994, July) Behaviors and goals can differentiate positive emotions. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Convention, American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1994, July). Emotions and emotion families in the emotion system. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions.

Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.

 

Roseman, I. J., & *Evdokas, A. (1995, June). Appraisals do cause real emotions: Experimental evidence. Paper presented at the 7th Annual Convention, American Psychological Society, New York, NY.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1996, April). Appraisal guidance of the emotion system: Converging evidence and an integrative model. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Conference, German Society of Experimental Psychology, Eichstätt, Germany.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1996, August). Why these appraisals? Anchoring appraisal models to research on emotional behavior and related response systems. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Toronto, Canada.

 

*Bradley, R. L., & Roseman, I. J. (1997, April). Relations between negative emotions, coping strategies, and outcome measures among adolescents. Paper presented at the annual Society for Research in Child Development conference, Washington, D.C.

Roseman, I. J. (1997, April). Proposals for an integrated appraisal theory. Paper presented at the 5th Journees d'Etude sur les Emotions conference, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1997, April). Applications of appraisal theory. Paper presented at the 5th Journees d'Etude sur les Emotions conference, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1998, May). One appraisal distinguishes disgust from frustration, contempt from anger, shame from guilt. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Convention, American Psychological Society, Washington, D.C.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1998, August). Progress in understanding the emotion system: Distinguishing shame from guilt, contempt from anger, and disgust from frustration. Paper presented at the 10th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, University of Würzberg, Würzberg, Germany.

 

Roseman, I. J. (1999, May). Agendas for research on emotional response: Behaviors, actions, and emotivational goals. Invited paper presented at the Free University of Amsterdam Symposium on Emotions and Behavior, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2000, June). New evidence on similarities within families of negative emotions. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Convention, American Psychological Society, Miami, FL.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2000, August). Regret vs. guilt: Self-directed distancing vs. attack emotions. In E. Bänninger-Huber & B. Juen (Chairs), Does “moral” regret belong to the “regret family emotions or to the “guilt family emotions”? Symposium conducted at the 11th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Quebec City, Canada.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2000, November). Appraisal, emotion, and emotion regulation. Colloquium presented to the Department of Psychology, Allahabad University, Allahabad, India.

 

Roseman, I. J., van Dijk, W. W., & *Slawinski, T. D. (2001, August). Appraisal regulation of emotion. Paper presented at the 109th Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2002, July). Distancing, attack, and exclusion responses: A summary of progress in differentiating negative emotions. Paper presented at the 12th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Cuenca, Spain.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Copeland, J. A., & Fischer, A. (2003, February). Contempt vs. anger in interracial attitudes. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Conference, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Los Angeles.

Smith, C. A., & Roseman, I. J. (2004, July). Appraisal. Topic table presented at the 13th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, New York City.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2005, January). How do I perceive thee?  The appraisal basis of attack and exclusion. In P. C. Ellsworth (Chair). New directions in appraisal theory of emotions. Symposium conducted at the 6th Annual Conference, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2005, April). The emotion system: Minding what matters (and what to do about it).

Lecture presented as part of the colloquium series Mental breakdown: The gray area between brain and mind. Graduate Liberal Studies Program, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2005, May). The emotion system: Theory, research, and applications. Colloquium presented at the University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2005, May). Research methods for studying appraisal and emotions. Invited lecture, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2005, September). What it was like to be a student of Bob Abelson. Robert P. Abelson Memorial Service, New Haven, CT.

 

Roseman, I. J., & *Sulik, M. J. (2006, May). Appraisals distinguish attack emotions from exclusion emotions. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2006, August). Attack them, reject them: Aggression and exclusion in social life. Symposium presented at the 15th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Atlanta, GA.

 

*Sulik, M. J., & Roseman, I. J. (2006, August). Instructions can elicit less confounded memories of emotional experiences. Paper presented at the 15th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Atlanta, GA.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2006, August). Attack and rejection as fundamental patterns of emotion and behavior. Paper presented at the 15th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Atlanta, GA.

 

*Sulik, M. J., & Roseman, I. J. (2007, May). Controllability may help distinguish attack emotions from exclusion emotions. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

 

*Sulik, M. J., & Roseman, I. J. (2008, February). Moral codes and moral emotions: Some additional support for the CAD-triad hypothesis. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Albuquerque, NM.

Roseman, I. J., Jose, P. E., *Sobrado, T. R., & *Sulik, M. J. (2009, May). New evidence for distinct positive emotions. Poster session presented at 21st Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco.

 

*Sulik, M. J., Roseman, I. J., & Jose, P. E. (2009, August). Instrumental vs. intrinsic problem type distinguishes attack emotions from rejection emotions. Poster session presented at the 18th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Leuven, Belgium.

 

*Garguilo, S., *Johnston, B., Roseman, I., & *Bryant, A. (2010, March). The effect of emotions on perceptions of candidates in the 2008 election. Poster session presented at the 2010 conference of the Eastern Psychological Association, Brooklyn, NY.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Campanella, T. M., & *King, E. (2010, May). Not just linguistic knowledge: Emotion- specific responses found without using emotion terms. Poster session presented at the 22nd Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

 

*Johnston, B. M., & Roseman, I. J. (2011, May). Relationships between discrete emotions and sexual orientation prejudice. Poster session presented at the 23nd Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

 

Roseman, I. J, *Johnston, B. M., *Garguilo, S., *Floman, J. L., & *Bryant, A. D., *Frazier, I. R., & Nugent, M. K. (2012, May). Are some emotions more politically potent than others? Poster session presented at the 24th Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

 

Roseman, I. J, *Johnston, B. M., *Garguilo, S., *Floman, J. L., *Bryant, A. D., *Johnston, G., & *Nugent, M. K. (2013, March). Emotions mediate perception of candidates in presidential debates. Poster session presented at the 25th Annual Convention, Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

 

Roseman, I. J., *King, E., *Nugent, M. K., & *Gordon, P. L. (2013, August). Are positive emotions empirically distinguishable? Paper presented at the 20th Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Berkeley, CA.

 

*Johnston, G., Roseman, I.,& *Katz, S. (2014, March). Discrete emotions mediate perceptions of presidential candidates: A study using a nationally representative sample. Poster session presented at the 26th Annual Convention, Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Katz, S., Redlawsk, D. P., & Mattes, K. (2015, March). Hope, anger, contempt, and other emotions predict voting intentions in Senate races. Poster session presented at the 27th Annual Convention, Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2015, July). Specific emotions in negative campaigning: A role for contempt? Paper presented at the 38th Annual Meeting, International Society of Political Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Roseman, I., *Gordon, P., & *Flitter, A. (2015, July). Passionate emotions. Poster session presented at the 21st Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2016, April). Rejecting the unworthy: The causes, components, and consequences of contempt. Invited paper presented at The Moral Psychology of Contempt Workshop, Brown University, Providence, RI.

 

Roseman, I., *Flitter, A., *Gordon, P., & Jose, P. E. (2016, May). Do “transformative events” elicit passion? Poster session presented at the 28th Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2016, June). Contempt as a differential predictor of candidate evaluation and voting. Paper presented at the 6th annual meeting of the European Political Science Association, Brussels, BE.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2016, July). Distinguishing discrete emotions toward candidates: Contempt and anger as differential predictors of candidate evaluation and voting. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Warsaw, Poland.

 

*Flitter, A. S., & Roseman, I. J. (2016, September). To defuse an opposing candidate’s contempt: Counterattack. Poster session presented at the Political Psychology Preconference of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

 

*Katz, S., Roseman, I. J., Redlawsk, D. P., & Mattes, K. (2016, September). Party identification moderates the effects of contempt on favorability: A two-state solution. Poster session presented at the Political Psychology Preconference of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2016, September). Examining contempt and anger as factors in candidate evaluation. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., & Mattes, K. (2017, March). Contempt in the 2016 Presidential Election. Paper presented at the American Elections Symposium 2107. New Hampshire Institute of Politics, St. Anselm College, Manchester, NH.

 

Redlawsk, D. P., Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2017, June). Contemptuous Politics: Donald Drumpf and Crooked Hillary. Paper presented at the Workshop on Donald Trump's Challenge to the Study of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties, University of California, Riverside.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2017, July). Discussant: Challenges to emotion theories.  In C. R. Harris (Chair), Challenges to emotion theories, exemplified by specific emotions (jealousy, shame, schadenfreude, and hate). Symposium presented at the 22nd Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, St. Louis, MO.

 

Roseman, I. J., Redlawsk, D. P., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2017, July). “Little Marco,” “Lyin’ Ted,” and ”Crooked Hillary”: The power of contempt in American electoral politics and beyond.  In I. J. Roseman (Chair), The power and perils of contempt: Advances in understanding. Symposium presented at the 22nd Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions biannual conference, St. Louis, MO.

 

Jose, P. E., Roseman, I. J., & Bloore, R. (2017, July). Psychological characteristics and related variables associated with higher levels of everyday contempt.  In I. J. Roseman (Chair), The power and perils of contempt: Advances in understanding. Symposium presented at the the 22nd Conference of International Society for Research on Emotions, St. Louis, MO.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Sibley, C., *Kapij, A. M., Jose, P. E., & *Bloore, R. (2018, March). Appraisal determinants of attack and rejection emotions. Poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

 

*Steele, A.K., Roseman, I.J., & *Goodvin, A. (2018, April). Is dislike a distinct emotion? Poster presented at the Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ.

 

*Goodvin, A.,  Roseman, I.J., & * Steele, A.K. (2018, April). Hate as a distinct emotion. Poster presented at the Celebration of Graduate Research and Creative Activity, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ.

 

*Crowell, J. L.,  Roseman, I., J., Redlawsk, D. P., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2018, May). Voters' emotions and perceived candidate traits distinguish those most favorable to Donald Trump (and Hillary Clinton). Poster presented at the 30th annual convention, Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2018, November). A-praising Phoebe: Are you my mentor? Paper presented at the Phoebe Ellsworth Retirement Symposium. Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Steele, A.K., & *Goodvin, A. (2019, May). Interpersonal dislike, contempt, anger, and hate: Distinct emotions? In K. Aumer (Chair), What is hate? Evaluating the conceptualization, categorization, and function of our hate. Symposium presented at the 31st annual convention, Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2019, May). The particularity of positive emotions. Festschrift for Jerry Clore. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

 

*Goodvin, A., Roseman, I. J., & *Steele, A. K.. (2019, July). Hate as a distinct emotion? Poster presented at the 23rd Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Amsterdam.

 

Roseman, I. J., & Fischer, A. H. (2019, July). Creating hate, eliminating hate: Some timely insights. Symposium presented at the 23rd Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Amsterdam.

 

Roseman, I. J., *Steele, A.K., & *Goodvin, A. (2019, July). Out of the darkness: Appraisals, responses, and narratives of hatred and related emotions. In I. Roseman & A. Fischer (Chairs), Creating hate, eliminating hate: Some timely insights. Symposium presented at the 23rd Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Amsterdam.

 

*Steele, A.K., Roseman, I. J., & *Goodvin, A. (2019, July). Is interpersonal dislike a discrete emotion? Poster presented at the 23rd Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Amsterdam.

 

Roseman, I. J., Mattes, K., & Redlawsk, D. P. (2019, August). Testing an integrative theory of beliefs and emotions predicting Trump support.  A. Podob (Chair), The causes and consequences of the rise of populist sentiments. Symposium presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

 

*Crowell, J. L.,  Roseman, I. J., Redlawsk, D. P., Mattes, K., & *Katz, S. (2019, August). New evidence of question wording ambiguity suggests revising ANES affect battery. In P. M. Kuhn (Chair), Measurement in survey research. Symposium presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

 

Roseman, I. J. (2019, August). Discussant: The role of emotions in politics.  In A. Banks (Chair), The role of emotions in politics. Symposium presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.