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Bert S Moore
Dean-Behavioral & Brain Sciences
Office MailstopMail Box: GR41, GR 4.102, Room No.: GR 4.102 
Email Address  Bert.Moore@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2355    URL Moore Bert's Webpage    Media Contact
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.PsychologyStanford University1973
 M.A.Clinical PsychologyUniversity of Illinois1968
 B.A.PsychologySouthern Methodist University1966
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Research Interests
My research focuses broadly on how emotion impacts cognitive , social and physiological processes. I have been interested in affect as a mediator and calibrator of how we interact with the world, with the idea that emotion acts as a biasing factor in self-reaction, reactions to our social domains and cognitive organization. I am also interested in the impact of affect on physical health and functioning.
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1997
Emotional regulation and Development, Motivation and Emotion, 1997, 21, 1. With Nancy Eisenberg.
Category: Motivation and Emotion
Peer reviewed
1993
Empathy and its antecedents. (1993) Motivation and Emotion.
Category: Motivation and Emotion
Peer reviewed
1990
Moore, Bert S. and Isen, Alice M. Affect and Social Behavior, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
Book
1990
Affect and Social Behavior with Alice Isen in B. Moore and A. Isen (Eds.) Affect and Social Behavior. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990
Book chapters
1988
Empathy in Social Development. Chapter in J. Strayer (Ed.) The Development of Empathy, New York: Springer-Verlag, 1988.
Book chapters
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1999 1999 Co-Organizer: Cognitive, linguistic and social consequences of early experience.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Anaheim, California, 1999
1997 1997 Co-Organizer: When non-traditional families succeed, and why.
American Association For the Advancement of Science, Seattle, Washington, 1997.
1997 1997 Co-Organizer: Engaging Science - Sustaining Society.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Seattle, Washington, 1997.
1996 1996 Co-Organizer: Where Science Comes to Life.
American Association for the Advancement of Baltimore, Maryland, 1996.
1995 1995 Co-Organizer: Unity in Diversity.
American Association for the Advancement of Atlanta, Georgia, 1995.
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
1989-PresentDeanBehavioral and Brain Sciences The University of Texas at Dallas
1988-1989Acting DeanSchool of Human Development The University of Texas at Dallas
1987-1988Associate DeanSchool of Human Development The University of Texas at Dallas
1985-PresentProfessorPrograms in Psychology and Behavioral and Brain Sciences The University of Texas at Dallas
1983-PresentClinical Professor of Clinical Psychology  University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
1980-1987Program HeadProgram in Psychology The University of Texas at Dallas
1980-1985Associate Professor  The University of Texas at Dallas
1978-1979Executive CommitteePsychology Department University of California at Santa Barbara
1978-1978Visiting Scholar  The University of Texas at Austin
1978-1980Associate ProfessorDepartment of Psychology University of California at Santa Barbara
1977-1978Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Psychology University of California at Santa Barbara
1976-1976Visiting Professor  Stanford University
1975-1975Visiting Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Psychology Stanford University
1973-1976Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Psychology Wellesley College
1972-1972InstructorDepartment of Psychology Stanford University
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 DurationTitleSponsorAmountStatus
1998Advanced Hearing and Technology CenterMeadows Foundation$250,000Previous
1998Advanced Hearing and Technology CenterHillcrest Foundation$100,000Previous
1997Advanced Hearing and Technology CenterHoblitzelle Foundation$250,000Previous
1997Advanced Hearing and Technology CenterPermanent University Fund Grant$160,000Previous
1997Advanced Hearing and Technology CenterDallas Foundation$100,000Previous
1990Infant AssessmentMeadows Foundation$25,000Previous
1990Infant AssessmentHoblitzelle Foundation$25,000Previous
1989Infant AssessmentHillcrest Foundation$25,000Previous
1989Empathy and social developmentTimberlawn Research Foundation$7,500Previous
 News Articles
Dean Gauges Psychological Impact of Fatal Ballpark Accident
UT Dallas News Center
In the aftermath of Thursday’s tragedy at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, UT Dallas Dean of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Bert Moore explains why the incident is provoking such a strong emotional response from so many people, and he also offers helpful ways for witnesses to respond positively to address their own grief.
 
Dr. Moore is a professor of psychology and dean of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences at UT Dallas. His research focuses on how emotion impacts cognitive, social and physiological processes. He holds a master's degree from the University of Illinois (1968) and a PhD from Stanford University (1973), both in psychology.

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Professional Activities
  • 1996-present Board Member, Timberlawn Research Foundation
  • 1990-present Fellow, American Psychological Society
  • 1988 Liaison, Society for Research in Child Development, American Association for Advancement of Science
  • 1987 Program Committee, Division 8, American Psychological Association
  • 1986 Review Panel, National Institute of Mental Health
  • 1986 Program Committee, Society for Research in Child Development
  • 1984 Elected Fellow, Division 8 American Psychological Association
  • 1984 Chair of Review Panel for Society for Research in Child Development on Moral Behavior and Altruism
  • 1983 Consulting Reviewer, National Institute of Mental Health, Clinical Research Review Committee, National Science Foundation

Editorial Positions
  • March 1997 Guest Editor, Motivation and Emotion, Emotional regulation and development
  • 1995-2001 Associate Editor, Motivation and Emotion
  • 1990-present Editorial Board, Motivation and Emotion
  • 1982-1984 Editorial Board, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
  • 1980-2003 Editorial Board, Developmental Review
  • 1979-1980 Editorial Board, Merrill-Palmer Quarterly
  • 1978-1979 Editorial Board, Cognitive Therapy and Research
  • 1975-1978 Editorial Board, Child Development
  • Member American Psychology Association; American Psychological Society; Society for Research in Child Development; Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology; American Association for Advancement of Science

Personal Statement

Dr. Moore holds a Masters from the University of Illinois (1968) and a Ph.D. from Stanford University (1973), both in Psychology. He is a Professor of Psychology and Dean of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. He previously held academic appointments at Wellesley College and the University of California at Santa Barbara and visiting positions at the University of Texas at Austin and Stanford University.

He has served as Associate Editor of Motivation and Emotion and been a member of the Editorial Board of five other journals in the area of personality and developmental psychology. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society.


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