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Acknowledged Emotions

Emotions vs. Feelings 

Emotions are the complex
psychophysiological experiences of an individual’s state of mind. Feelings, or
secondary emotions, come from experiencing these basic emotions.


Feelings 



Emotions feelings are based
upon 


 Optimism

 Anticipation, joy

 Love

 Joy, trust

 Submission

 Trust, fear

 Awe

 Fear, surprise

 Disappointment

 Surprise, sadness

 Remorse

 Sadness, disgust

 Contempt

 Disgust, anger

 Agression

 Anger, anticipation

Plutchik Wheel
of Emotions

The Plutchik Wheel of Emotions
displays and rates 8 basic (inner rings) and 8 secondary (outer
rings) emotions. Eac group of emotions is also linked to a color.

See Plutchik Wheel

Emotion Markup Language – EARL 

Within the HUMAINE emotion
research 48 emotions have been categorised. These emotions than form the basis
of the Emotion Annotation and Representation Language (EARL), which is a
Emotion Markup Language. These languages are usable in a large variety of
technological contexts where emotions need to be represented.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_emotions

http://www.fractal.org/Bewustzijns-Besturings-Model/Nature-of-emotions.htm

http://emotion-research.net/projects/humaine/earl/proposal

 

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