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a complex of psychological phenomena that involve some degree of arousal and valence (positive/negative)
Emotion
RPoldrack about five years ago.

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Tasks that are asserted to measure emotion

TaskContrast Measure

meditation task
  • meditation versus control self-report of affect
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  • meditation versus control frontal midline theta activity
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  • meditation versus control galvanic skin response
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User Discussion


"Initial definition retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotion"
NPicchetti (about six years ago)

Term History

REVISION 5

Definition contributed by TDavis about six years ago:a complex of psychological phenomena that involve some degree of arousal and valence (positive/negative)

REVISION 4

Definition contributed by BGregory about six years ago:a complex psychological phenomenon occurring in some organisms (namely humans), involving physiological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience; associated with mood, temperament, personality and disposition, and motivation.

REVISION 3

Definition contributed by BGregory about seven years ago:a complex psychological phenomenon occurring in some organisms (namely humans), involving physiological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience; associated with mood, temperament, personality and disposition, and motivation. (from Wikipedia)

REVISION 2

Definition contributed by BGregory about seven years ago:a complex psychological phenomenon occurring in some organisms (namely humans), involving physiological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience, associated with mood, temperament, personality and disposition, and motivation. (from Wikipedia)

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by SAdministrator about eight years ago:No definition submitted yet

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