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Lisa Feldman Barrett, Ph.D., is professor in the department of Psychology at Boston College[1] in Boston, and an Assistant in Research at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Barrett is a social psychologist and researcher specializing in affective science and human emotion.[2][3] Her main research is on the structure of affect, having developed experience-sampling methods[4] and software to study emotional experience.

In 2006, Dr. Barrett received a Career Trajectory Award from the Society for Experimental Social Psychology for her work in emotion.[5] She is also a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science,[6] the American Psychological Association, and the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

Dr. Barrett was born 1963 in Toronto, Canada.

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  1. Boston College faculty profile
  2. Niedenthal, Paula; Silvia Krauth-Gruber, Francois Ric (2006). 'Psychology of Emotions: Interpersonal, Experiential and Cognitive Approaches.', pp. 53-61 et al, Psychology Press.
  3. Publications and citations at Google Scholar
  4. Hektner, Joel M.; Jennifer A. Schmidt, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (2006). 'Experience Sampling Method: Measuring the Quality of Everyday Life.', p. 37 et al, SAGE Publications.
  5. 2006 Career Trajectory Award
  6. Fellow status in APS
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