Psychology, MA, Emotion expression, perception, and regulation, 7,5 credits

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There is consensus among different emotion theories that one component of an emotional response is behavior, it might be in facial expressions, voice qualities, gestures, body postures, or instrumental behaviors. What are these expressions and how are these behavioral expressions decoded by others? Sometimes emotion responses are regulated to hide emotions for others and this can affect health. Moreover, women often have higher demands of emotion regulation and thus emotion regulation might to a large extent be a gender issue.


One mandatory meeting at the campus in Östersund, Sweden.

As there is mandatory web-seminar via Adobe Connect (or equivalent), you need a headset, a webcam and a well-functioning internet connection.

Entry requirements

A bachelor's degree of at least 180 credits (ECTS) with a major in psychology. Alternatively, a bachelor's degree of at least 180 credits (ECTS) with a different major and 60 credits in psychology. Alternatively, 180 credits (ECTS) in psychology without the requirement of having a completed degree.
English B/English 6 from Swedish gymnasium or the equivalent.