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Subjective emotions vs. verbalizable emotions in web texts
(Scientific and AcademicRosemead, 2012)
Cognition and emotions are inseparable. Still, it is not clear to which extent emotions can be characterized by words and how much of emotional feelings are non-verbalizable. Here we approach this topic by comparing the ...
Emotional economic man: power and emotion in the corporate world
(Sage Publications Inc, 2015-07)
This article maps out the genealogy of the anthropological concept of emotional economic man, which emerged in the 1990s tied to the concept of emotional capital. Analysis of the discourse about emotional capital in ...
Emotion Recognition in Never-Seen Languages Using a Novel Ensemble Method With Emotion Profiles
Over the last years, researchers have addressed emotional state identification because it is an important issue to achieve more natural speech interactive systems. There are several theories that explain emotional ...
Explaining emotional labor's relationships with emotional exhaustion and life satisfaction: Moderating role of perceived autonomy
This study assessed the extent to which two kinds of emotional labor (surface and deep acting) can lead to emotional exhaustion, reducing one's overall life satisfaction. Based on Self-Determination theory, the importance ...
Alba emoting. Managing emotions through breathing. The alba of emotions
(Fundación Universitaria Konrad Lorenz, 2008)
Governing 'emotional' life: passions, moral sentiments and emotions
The seventeenth- and eighteenth-century statement that passions and not inactive reason are the motives that decisively influence the will and constitute the true drivers of human action promoted a new object of problematization ...
The influence of emotional contagion on products evaluation
Emotional Contagion is the mechanism that includes mimicking and the automatic synchronization of facial expressions, vocalizations, postures, and movements with another person and, consequently, convergence of emotions ...
Evolution, emotion, and reason: emotions: part 1 [Introduction to Psychology]
(Yale University, Open Yale Courses, 2016)