Daniel Västfjäll, Ph.D.
is a Research Scientist at Decision Research and Professor of Cognitive Psychology at Linköping University in Sweden. His research
focuses on the role of affect, and especially mood, in judgment and
decision-making, perception and psychophysics. A common theme for his
research is how affective feelings serve as information for various
judgments including judgments about consumer products, health, the self, and
auditory characteristics of objects.
Curriculum Vitae (pdf, 231K )