Tag Archives: emotions

On SAGE Insight: What’s hate got to do with it? Right-wing movements and the hate stereotype

From Current Sociology Hate is a contentious concept. Compared to other emotions, people are less willing to admit that they hate someone and denouncing a person as ‘hateful’ is a serious accusation. While hate is traditionally defined as an emotional … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Sleep and Mood as Drivers of Entrepreneurs’ Innovative Behavior

Article title: Rest, Zest, and My Innovative Best: Sleep and Mood as Drivers of Entrepreneurs’ Innovative Behavior From Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Innovative behavior, defined as the generation, exploration, championing, and implementation of innovative ideas is at the heart of … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Disadvantaged youth report less negative emotion to minor stressors when with peers

Article title: Disadvantaged youth report less negative emotion to minor stressors when with peers: An experience sampling study From International Joural of Behavioral Development During adolescence, daily challenges emerge as a consequence of entering more complex social relationships and navigating … Continue reading

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Are your emotional responses normal or abnormal?

Report examines the difference between normal and abnormal emotion in how we diagnose depression From  Emotion Review We all feel emotion, we all get upset, can feel low, angry and overjoyed, but when do these emotional responses become something of … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Disgust – the way forwards for effective health campaigns?

GEIs disgust the driver behind the selection of images for UK tobacco packets? From Health Education Journal Health campaigns sometimes use scare tactics, deploying fear to steer us towards changing our ways to avoid future illness. But what if disgust, … Continue reading

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Towards an emotional understanding of trust in a climate of public distrust in science and regulation

Risk, communication and trust: Towards an emotional understanding of trust From Public Understanding of Science Public distrust in science and regulation is widely discussed today. The issue of public trust is at the fore, and there is a growing body … Continue reading

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When pooping babies become more appealing: The nonconscious pursuit of goals

When pooping babies become more appealing the effects of nonconscious goal pursuit on experienced emotions From Psychological Science This study considers the intensity of emotions people feel due to goals they nonconsciously pursue. Traditionally, emotions were seen as an obstacle … Continue reading

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