Job van der Schalk currently is a Research Associate at the School of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK. His research focuses on responses to emotions of others and cooperative behavior. He received his PhD at the University of Amsterdam with the thesis “Echoing emotions: Reactions to emotional displays in intergroup context” (2010).
Dr. Hawk currently works as an Assistant professor of Educational Psychology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His areas of research interest and specialization include: Privacy, disclosure and secrecy in close relationships, emotion communication, emotion regulation, and empathy, social networking behavior and media use in adolescence, and sexual development.
Agneta Fischer is a full professor in the Social Psychology group and director of the Psychology Research Institute at the University of Amsterdam. She has conducted research on various themes in emotion psychology, such as the role of culture and gender on emotion, social contextual influences on facial expression and recognition of emotions, and on more specific emotions, such as anger and contempt.
Bertjan Doosje is Professor at the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands. His research interests include intergroup relations, group-based emotions, terrorism, and the terror management theory. He has published numerous journal articles and has written and co-edited books on social identity theory, group-based guilt, and terrorism. He is an Associate Editor of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.