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Arts-based groups benefit individuals with mental health conditions
A new study found that participation in arts-based groups -- such as those that involve choir singing and creative writing -- benefits the emotions of both healthy adults and those experiencing mental health conditions. (2017-07-19)
People with schizophrenia experience emotion differently from others, 'body maps' show
Vanderbilt University researchers are working to understand how people with schizophrenia experience emotion through their bodies. (2018-12-21)
Mixed feelings not remembered as well as happy or sad ones
According to new research in the Journal of Consumer Research, people tend to underestimate the intensity of their recalled feelings if those feelings were mixed, as opposed to purely happy or sad. (2008-06-25)
Happy endings aren't always best
Advertisements for financial planning services and medications often employ mixed emotions in their advertising. (2007-02-12)
Strong emotions in Shakespeare's plays lead to fits and fatalities
Shakespearean characters experiencing strong emotions are prone to fits, faints and even death, according to research published in this week's Christmas issue of the BMJ. (2006-12-21)
Patients with immediate medical needs tend to perceive doctors as emotionless, study finds
A new study, published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, finds that the greater patients' need for medical care, the more likely patients will view their doctors as 'empty vessels,' devoid of emotions or personal lives of their own; at the same time, those patients expect their physicians to be able to contain the patients' emotions and experiences. (2015-08-18)
With age comes a sense of peace and calm, population research center study shows
Aging brings a sense of peace and calm, according to a new study from the Population Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin. (2008-05-19)
Emotional intelligence used as skill to build relationships
Emotional intelligence should be seen as a skill that can be developed to improve one's interpersonal relationships rather than as a measuring tool for evaluating success in life, argues a University of Toronto expert on emotion research. (2004-09-20)
Prestigious sociology award goes to Springer book
Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner are the winners of the Outstanding Recent Contribution Award 2008 for their (2008-07-01)
Music evokes powerful positive emotions through personal memories
Music is known to evoke emotions through a range of mechanisms. (2018-12-11)
Linguistics may be clue to emotions
Words may be a clue to how people, regardless of their language, think about and process emotions, according to a Penn State researcher. (2005-01-20)
Sadness lasts longer than other emotions
Why is it that you can feel sad up to 240 times longer than you do feeling ashamed, surprised, irritated or even bored? (2014-10-30)
Words to express emotion vary greatly in their meanings across languages
Almost all humans feel the emotion of love, but does that mean the Turkish word sevgi or the Hungarian word szrelem, which both translate to love in English, convey the same feeling? (2019-12-19)
A single cocaine dose lowers perceptions of sadness and anger
A single dose of cocaine can interfere with the ability to recognize negative emotions such as anger and sadness, according to new research presented at the ECNP conference in Amsterdam. (2015-08-29)
How do ads depicting mixed emotions persuade abstract thinkers?
People who think more abstractly respond better to ads that portray mixed emotions, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. (2010-04-19)
Animal welfare could be improved by new understanding of their emotions
New research from researchers at Queen Mary University of London looking at how goats express subtle positive emotions could lead to greater understanding of animal welfare. (2014-12-03)
Feeling guilty versus feeling angry -- who can tell the difference?
The ability to identify and distinguish between negative emotions helps us address the problem that led to those emotions in the first place. (2012-09-24)
Friendships start better with a smile
If you want to strike up a new relationship, simply smile. (2015-05-26)
Case Western Reserve University study links emotions in play and memories
Psychologists from Case Western Reserve University have found that the range of emotions that children use in play can be used as an indicator of how emotionally charged their memories will be. (2006-10-25)
Machine learning offers glimpses into the emotional lives of mice
Using a machine learning algorithm to analyze mouse facial expressions, Nejc Dolensek and colleagues have uncovered the neurological origins of emotional states. (2020-04-02)
Carnegie Mellon researchers find links between happiness and health, but questions remain
There is growing evidence that positive emotions such as happiness are linked to good health and increased longevity, but too many questions remain unanswered to draw definitive conclusions, according to a review of research conducted over the past 10 years by Carnegie Mellon University researchers. (2005-12-14)
'The Passionate Muse'
Keith Oatley's (2012-04-05)
Moral emotions, a diagnotic tool for frontotemporal dementia?
A study conducted by Marc Teichmann and Carole Azuar at the Brain and Spine Institute in Paris (France) and at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital shows a particularly marked impairment of moral emotions in patients with frontotemporal dementia (FTD). (2019-06-14)
Positive emotions slash bias, help people see big picture details
Positive emotions like joy and humor help people (2005-02-01)
With age comes a sense of peace and calm
Aging brings a sense of peace and calm, according to a new study from the Population Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin. (2008-05-19)
The body's emotions
Multiple sclerosis is a disease that causes numerous symptoms. Among them are also several difficulties affecting the emotional domain and a deficit in perceiving other people's emotions based on their facial expressions. (2014-11-10)
New insights into the 'borderline personality' brain
New work by University of Toronto Scarborough researchers gives the best description yet of the neural circuits that underlie a severe mental illness called Borderline Personality Disorder, and could lead to better treatments and diagnosis. (2013-01-17)
CCNY psychologists develop new model that links emotions and mental health
For decades psychologists have studied how people regulate emotions using a multitude of ways to conceptualize and assess emotion regulation. (2017-10-19)
How people want to feel determines whether others can influence their emotions
New Stanford research on emotions shows that people's motivations are a driving factor behind how much they allow others to influence their feelings, such as anger. (2019-06-25)
Put yourself in someone else's shoes: What type of perspective makes consumers self-conscious?
Certain emotions are heightened when we view ourselves from a first-person perspective, while others amplify when we observe ourselves from the outside, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. (2011-11-15)
University of Kansas research finds human emotions hold sway over physical health worldwide
A researcher from the University of Kansas has spearheaded a new investigation into the link between emotions and health. (2009-03-04)
Understanding emotions without language
Does understanding emotions depend on the language we speak, or is our perception the same regardless of language and culture? (2011-11-02)
Online mirrors: Video bloggers and viewers share emotions
Examining over 2,000 video blogs, or vlogs on YouTube, researchers from Tilburg University found we mirror the emotions of those we see online and seek out people who share our emotions. (2018-12-27)
Emotions are cognitive, not innate, researchers conclude
Emotions are not innately programmed into our brains, but, in fact, are cognitive states resulting from the gathering of information, New York University Professor Joseph LeDoux and Richard Brown, a professor at the City University of New York, conclude. (2017-02-15)
UCSF Psychologist Ignites Darwinian Renaissance
Is a dog's wagging tail or a cat's purring a sign of affection? (1998-04-08)
Educational psychology: Finding the fun in maths
New work by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich researchers on students' emotional attitudes to mathematics confirms that positive emotions and success at learning in math mutually reinforce each other. (2017-02-08)
New research has potential for 'unpacking' complex simultaneous emotions in adolescence
Shows for the first time that complex, mixed simultaneous emotions in adolescents could be assessed using an Analogue Emotion Scale. (2019-07-24)
Why guilt doesn't keep some of us from making the same mistakes twice
Many of us experience a tinge of guilt as we delight in feelings of pleasure from our favorite indulgences, like splurging on an expensive handbag or having another drink. (2007-08-07)
The complicated consumer: Positive ads aren't always the most effective
Ads that feature positive emotions, like happiness, are not always the best way to reach consumers, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. (2009-06-15)
Adults with autism can read complex emotions in others
New research shows for the first time that adults with autism can recognise complex emotions such as regret and relief in others as easily as those without the condition. (2019-01-07)
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