Associate Professor of Psychology
School of Natural and Social Sciences
Office: Nat. Sci. 2050
Tel: (914) 251-6674
Fax: (914) 251-6635
Introduction to Psychology, Psychology of Emotion, Personal and Social Relations, Behavioral Statistics, Psychology of Personality, Personality Assessment, Psychological Perspectives on the Self, Psychology of Stereotypes, Prejudice and Discrimination.
Areas of Expertise
Emotions, odor experience, personality and individual differences, the self.
Emotion-cognition interactions; individual differences in emotional experience and understanding; causes and consequences of stereotyping and prejudice; situational and dispositional influences on academic performance.
Publications and Current Research
Ehrlichman, H., & Bastone, L. 1991. Odor experience as an affective state: Effects of odor pleasantness on cognition. Perfumer and Flavorist. 16, 11-12.
Ehrlichman, H., & Bastone, L. 1992. The use of odour in the study of emotion. In S. Van Toller & G.H. Dodd (Eds.), Fragrance: The psychology and biology of perfume. London: Elsevier(pp. 143-160).
Bastone, L.M., & Wood, H.A. In press. Individual differences in the ability to decode emotional facial expressions. Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior.
Ehrlichman, H., & Bastone, L. 1992. Olfaction and emotion. In M. Serby & K. Chobor (Eds.), Science of Olfaction. New York: Springer-Verlag.