Amsterdam Interdisciplinary Centre for Emotion (AICE)

Amsterdam Interdisciplinary Centre for Emotion (AICE)

The Amsterdam Interdisciplinary Centre for Emotion (AICE) studies emotions using a range of methods and approaches.

Key points of focus in our research are nonverbal communication (facial and vocal signals), emotional experience, the role of language in emotions, cultural similarities and differences, and embodiment and mimicry. To find out more about our work, please look at the  Research and  Members sections. 

The research conducted within AICE is internationally embedded in two organizations: CERE (Consortium of European Research on Emotion) and ISRE (International Society of Research on Emotion) and AICE members generally present their research at these conferences. To find out more about CERE and ISRE, please click on the tabs on the left.

Published by  PRI

27 November 2015