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He has been Associate Editor of Cognition and Emotion, and the Australian Journal of Psychology, and has been invited to the Editorial Boards of numerous leading journals. His work is featured in many key reference books, textbooks and handbooks. Forgas is fluent in several languages English, Hungarian , German, French , and he also maintains highly productive collaborative research links with leading overseas laboratories Stanford, Heidleberg, British Columbia, Mannheim, etc.