Dan-Glauser’s CV

Education

July 2008-January 2010 Stanford University, CA, USA

Post-doctoral training in the psychophysiology of emotion regulation

October 2003-January 2008 University of Geneva, Switzerland

PhD in Psychology/Affective Sciences

October 2001-July 2003 University of Geneva, Switzerland

Degree in Psychology (License)

October 1999-October 2001 University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Psychology and Special Education Pre-degree

Research experience

November 2015-Present, Junior Principal Investigator / SNF Ambizione fellow

University of Lausanne (CH)

  • Project title: “Affective consequences of emotion regulation relying on situation selection”
October 2013-December 2014, External scientific collaborator (25%)

University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, School of Health, Fribourg (CH)

  • Project title: “Role of the work environment on the caregiver emotion regulation in Swiss nursing homes.”
July 2008-January 2010, Postdoctoral scholar

Stanford University (CA, USA) (Advisor: Prof. James J. Gross)

  • Specific effects of expressive and physiological suppression on early emotional responses
  • Specific effects of global suppression and acceptance on early emotional responses
  • Investigation of emotion response coherence modifications due to suppression and acceptance strategies
October 2003-January 2008, PhD thesis research

University of Geneva (CH) (Advisor: Prof. Klaus R. Scherer)

  • Specific physiological concomitants of emotion experience emergence
  • Neural synchronization driven by emotion experience emergence
  • Emotion induction using stimuli adapted to individual preferences
  • Creation of a new picture database for emotion induction
  • Using facial electromyography to evaluate the temporal sequence of novelty and valence appraisal
October 2002-March 2003, Master thesis research

University of Geneva (CH) (Advisor: Prof. Klaus R. Scherer)

  • Using reaction times to evaluate the timing of intrinsic pleasantness appraisal

 

Teaching experience

September 2016-Present, As Senior Lecturer, University of Lausanne (CH)
  • Lecturer of the course “Cognitive psychology”, 1 semester, 2h/week, for Master students at the Institute of Psychology
  • Punctual interventions in BA and MA courses on affective processes (+ exam supervision)
February 2016-Present, As Senior Lecturer, EPFL, (CH)
  • Lecturer of the course “Psychology of Emotion”, 1 semester, 2h/week, for 3rd year Bachelor students within the Social and Social and Human Sciences Teaching
  • Punctual interventions in BA and MA courses on affective processes (+ exam supervision)
July 2008-January 2010, As Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University (CA, USA)
  • Initiator and leader of the Journal Club “Bridging emotion regulation and other psychological concepts across disciplines” for graduate students
October 2003-October 2007, As Teaching Assistant, University of Geneva (CH)
  • Leader of the seminars linked to the course “Psychology of emotion” for undergraduates
  • Lecturer in the course “Psychology of emotion” for undergraduates
  • Walking hours for bachelor students following the course “Psychology of emotion”
  • Contribution to assignments and exam preparation and corrections
  • Organization, punctual lectures, and follow-up for the course given to students preparing the Postgraduate diploma (DEA) in Affective Sciences
  • Organization, punctual lectures, and follow-up for the course given to students preparing the Master thesis in Affective Sciences
October 2001-July 2003, As Junior Teaching Assistant, University of Fribourg (CH)
  • Preparation and assistance for a statistic practical for undergraduate students