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1947 196
1948 205
1949 268
1950 260
1951 349
1952 401
1953 471
1954 487
1955 490
1956 464
1957 469
1958 456
1959 461
1960 425
1961 406
1962 454
1963 682
1964 1021
1965 766
1966 442
1967 531
1968 568
1969 606
1970 532
1971 555
1972 595
1973 599
1974 578
1975 591
1976 645
1977 693
1978 683
1979 711
1980 585
1981 617
1982 639
1983 682
1984 785
1985 920
1986 985
1987 1106
1988 1203
1989 1344
1990 1330
1991 1200
1992 1164
1993 1220
1994 1306
1995 1216
1996 1356
1997 1485
1998 1577
1999 1717
2000 1944
2001 2012
2002 2159
2003 2522
2004 2795
2005 3246
2006 3789
2007 4289
2008 4759
2009 5137
2010 5513
2011 6656
2012 7599
2013 8178
2014 8747
2015 9273
2016 9337
2017 9757
2018 9227
2019 4023
2020 33
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Toward a consensual taxonomy of emotions.
Keltner D. Cogn Emot 2019 - Review. PMID 30795713
I then highlight new developments in the field - the influences of emotion upon cognition, the focus on over 20 emotions, the expanding emphasis on positive emotion, and an abiding interest in the functions emotions serve. I close by arguing for the need for the field to move toward a conceptual taxonomy of emotions, to move beyond decades of terminological debates about what emotions are to a convergent effort to understand what emotions do for people....
I then highlight new developments in the field - the influences of emotion upon cognition, the focus on over 20 emotions, the expandi …
Anxiety
Dean E. Nurs Stand 2016. PMID 27406490
Emotions and concerns: Situational evidence for their systematic co-occurrence.
De Leersnyder J, et al. Emotion 2018. PMID 28604034
People experience emotions when events are relevant to their current concerns, that is, when events affect their goals, values, or motives that are pertinent at that time. ...Together, the three studies provide convergent evidence for associations between the situational relevance of self-focused values (e.g., ambition, success) and socially disengaging emotions (e.g., pride, anger) on the one hand, and between the relevance of other-focused values (e.g., loyalty, helping) and socially engaging emotions (e.g., closeness, shame) on the other. ...
People experience emotions when events are relevant to their current concerns, that is, when events affect their goals, values, or mo …
The evolution of shame and guilt
Shen L. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29995883 Free PMC article.
Shame and guilt seem to be two synonymous moral emotions but actually lead to contrasting human behaviors or behavioral tendencies. ...
Shame and guilt seem to be two synonymous moral emotions but actually lead to contrasting human behaviors or behavioral tendencies. . …
Emotion dynamics
Kuppens P and Verduyn P. Curr Opin Psychol 2017 - Review. PMID 28950968
The study of emotion dynamics involves the study of the trajectories, patterns, and regularities with which emotions (or rather, the experiential, physiological, and behavioral elements that constitute an emotion) fluctuate across time, their underlying processes, and downstream consequences. ...
The study of emotion dynamics involves the study of the trajectories, patterns, and regularities with which emotions (or rather, the …
The effect of reactive emotions expressed in response to another's anger on inferences of social power.
Hareli S and David S. Emotion 2017. PMID 28080088
Social perception of emotions is influenced by the context in which it occurs. One such context is a social interaction involving an exchange of emotions. ...Study 1 indicated that reactive emotions have a stronger effect on perceived social power when emotions were incongruent with gender stereotypes. ...
Social perception of emotions is influenced by the context in which it occurs. One such context is a social interaction involving an …
Explicit and implicit emotion regulation: a multi-level framework
Braunstein LM, et al. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2017 - Review. PMID 28981910 Free PMC article.
How should we organize the myriad ways people attempt to regulate their emotions? We explore the utility of a framework that distinguishes among four fundamental classes of emotion regulation strategies. ...
How should we organize the myriad ways people attempt to regulate their emotions? We explore the utility of a framework that distingu …
The Discrete Emotions Questionnaire: A New Tool for Measuring State Self-Reported Emotions.
Harmon-Jones C, et al. PLoS One 2016. PMID 27500829 Free PMC article.
The current manuscript presents four studies that validate a new instrument, the Discrete Emotions Questionnaire (DEQ), that is sensitive to eight distinct state emotions: anger, disgust, fear, anxiety, sadness, happiness, relaxation, and desire. Emotion theory supporting the importance of distinguishing these specific emotions is reviewed....
The current manuscript presents four studies that validate a new instrument, the Discrete Emotions Questionnaire (DEQ), that is sensi …
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