Tag Archives: emotion

On SAGE Insight: Circadian mood variations in Twitter content

From Brain and Neuroscience Advances We reveal patterns of circadian variations in our collective emotions from the analysis of 800M anonymous microposts collected on Twitter across the United Kingdom. We use methods of Fourier analysis and statistical analysis to investigate periodic … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Why are depression and anxiety rates in the West greater than in Asia?

Article title: Exploring the East-West Divide in Prevalence of Affective Disorder: A Case for Cultural Differences in Coping With Negative Emotion From Personality and Social Psychology Review Lifetime rates of clinical depression and anxiety in the West tend to be … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight:  On the Role of Emotion in the Future of Journalism

From Social Media + Society Technology is as much the source of journalism as it is a force acting upon it. Emotion drives people’s increasingly intimate relationships with technology, fuels engagement with news and information, and inspires professionals to pursue … Continue reading

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Emotions while waiting for a lung transplantation

Emotions while awaiting lung transplantation: A comprehensive qualitative analysis Health From Health Psychology Open In long-lasting or chronic illnesses, emotions – particularly negative ones – have been described in relation to adaptive strategies to preserve a sense of normality. Among … Continue reading

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Science or science fiction? Professionals’ discursive construction of climate change

From Organization Studies Is it possible that modern society’s bitter political divisions over belief in anthropogenic climate change is distracting decision-makers from the far more practical and urgent matter of confronting the risk that it presents, directly or indirectly, to … Continue reading

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Romantic jealousy and relationship closeness

Jealousy and relationship closeness Exploring the good (reactive) and bad (suspicious) sides of romantic jealousy From SAGE Open With Valentine’s day upon us we are encouraged to think of romance, hearts and flowers. However this paper explores something less romantic, … Continue reading

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Confirmation that stressed people can’t resist the temptation of a cigarette

Stress decreases the ability to resist smoking and potentiates smoking intensity and reward   From Journal of Psychopharmacology   Despite tobacco being responsible for 5.4 million deaths per year and well publicized as one of the most preventable causes of … Continue reading

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Happiness in youth comes from excitement, in maturity from contentment

The shifting meaning of happiness From Social Psychological and Personality Science This article reveals that for some people, excitement leads to happiness, and for others, nothing brings happiness so much as a peaceful life. Which you prefer depends on how … Continue reading

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