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The Recreational Fear Lab is delighted to host a research intern in the spring of 2022. In this post, lab intern Lene Engelst tells us about herself and her interest in the lab.
With a generous grant from the Danish Innovation Fund, we launch a new research project on enhancing user experience of VR horror though affective computing
A Halloween season update from the lab
New publication by Recreational Fear Lab members Jens Kjeldgaard-Christiansen and Mathias Clasen
Lab director Mathias Clasen talks about our research in a short video produced by Aarhus University for the Danish Science Festival 2021
The Recreational Fear Lab is delighted to host two research interns in the spring of 2021. In this post, lab intern Lauritz Holm Petersen tells us about himself and his interest in the lab.
The Recreational Fear Lab is delighted to host two research interns in the spring of 2021. In this post, lab intern Emilie Schjoldager tells us about herself and her interest in the lab.
Lab member Jens Kjeldgaard-Christiansen digs into the psychology of self-directed fear at the movies in a new essay published on Horror Homeroom.
Meet lab member and media researcher Jens Kjeldgaard-Christiansen, whose interdisciplinary research encompasses recreational fear.
Research article on recreational fear published in Psychological Science
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How did camp and the creepy come to dominate modern popular culture?
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