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Dr Peter Cannon

Associate Research Fellow

 Washington Singer 307

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

Peter Cannon is currently conducting psychophysiological research into the influence of language on the experience of negative emotions. This project is supervised by Kim Wright and Giovanna Colombetti.

In his research he combines behavioural measures (such as reaction times in computer tasks, subjective liking ratings and questionnaire measures) with psychophysiological measures (such as electromyography, cardiac response, skin temperature, etc.)

Broad research specialisms:

Psychophysiology of emotion, basic affective processes, interaction between cognition and emotion

Qualifications

BSc Psychology with Neuropsychology  (Bangor University)
PhD Psychology (Bangor University)

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Journal articles

Cannon PR, Schnall S, White M (2011). Transgressions and expressions: Affective facial muscle activity predicts moral judgments. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2(3), 325-331. Abstract.
Cannon PR, Hayes AE, Tipper SP (2010). Sensorimotor fluency influences affect: Evidence from electromyography. Cognition & Emotion, 24(4), 681-691. Abstract.
Cannon PR, Hayes AE, Tipper SP (2009). An electromyographic investigation of the impact of task relevance on facial mimicry. Cognition & Emotion, 23(5), 918-929. Abstract.
Bayliss AP, Paul MA, Cannon PR, Tipper SP (2006). Gaze cuing and affective judgments of objects: I like what you look at. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 13(6), 1061-1066. Abstract.

Publications by year


2011

Cannon PR, Schnall S, White M (2011). Transgressions and expressions: Affective facial muscle activity predicts moral judgments. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2(3), 325-331. Abstract.

2010

Cannon PR, Hayes AE, Tipper SP (2010). Sensorimotor fluency influences affect: Evidence from electromyography. Cognition & Emotion, 24(4), 681-691. Abstract.

2009

Cannon PR, Hayes AE, Tipper SP (2009). An electromyographic investigation of the impact of task relevance on facial mimicry. Cognition & Emotion, 23(5), 918-929. Abstract.

2006

Bayliss AP, Paul MA, Cannon PR, Tipper SP (2006). Gaze cuing and affective judgments of objects: I like what you look at. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 13(6), 1061-1066. Abstract.

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