Professor at the department of Developmental Psychology of the VU University, Amsterdam. As a supervisor and co-author, Mark is involved in many studies presented on this website.
"The idea that emotions make people unpredictable is incorrect. Emotions are automatic processes with very predictable outcomes. Our cognitive attempts to interfere with these emotional processes make the outcome unpredictable."
Robin Banerjee is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Sussex. His work addresses social-cognitive and emotional processes associated with children's peer relations. He is collaborating with us on studies investigating children's strategies for coping with difficult emotions, and their understanding of emotional display rules.
- Paul is methodological research consultant, with a passion for questionnaire development.
"Currently, I am not only involved in questionnaire research, but as a publisher of tests, I also ensure that the results of the research can be used in actual diagnosis."
Habib is a PhD student at the Shiraz University, Iran, interested in emotion regulation in Iranian children. Habib is validating several questionnaires on emotion regulation in Farsi.
Ashgar is a Professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran. He collaborates with us in research on cultural differences in emotion communication and display rules.