Simone Schnall

SIMONE SCHNALL is University Lecturer in Social Psychology in the Department of Social and Developmental Psychology at University of Cambridge, where she studies the relationship between cognitive and affective processes. In particular, she is interested in how embodiment informs and constrains thought and feeling. Currently, she is investigating the interactions between bodily cues, affective states and cognitive variables such as perception, attention and memory.


Links:

"A Sense of Cleanliness: A Talk with Simone Schnall" [12.7.10]

Beyond Edge:

Simone Schnall's Home Page