2 edition of Emotion in Social Relations found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||November 24, 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Giftware, Hall 1, Hall 4, Hall 5 and 7 [held] National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, 1st-5th Feb. 1981.
By contrast, the facilitatory effect of a preceding speaker's emotional face was less pronounced. Kennedy, Mataji; Franklin, John 2002. Recent work shows that marital history over the life course shapes a range of health outcomes, including cardiovascular disease, chronic conditions, mobility limitations, self-rated health, and depressive symptoms.
You will also want to gain a deep understanding of their personality and temperament, something that can only be done through engaging in conversations and participating in activities with them. In a visual-world eye-tracking study, participants inspected the videos of a speaker uttering German sentences about two virtual characters translated, e. Kennedy and Franklin's treatment plan involved giving the participants a series of questionnaires, psychodynamic therapies, cognitive-behavioral and skills-based therapies, and experiential therapies.
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At the same time, recognizing our interlocutors' facial emotion during an interaction is vital for building and maintaining social relationships; for nonverbal communication, and moreover for interpreting the other person's feelings. Participants' accuracy in answering both the comprehension and Emotion in Social Relations recall questions was high no significant effects of the independent factors on accuracies were observed.
Thus, at sentence end, we did not predict significant effects of the prime and action manipulation on accuracy in the comprehension questions. Relationships are such an important part of the human experience that it is difficult to think about what our lives would be like without them. Basic and Secondary Emotions The anger, contempt, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise are emotions that are based primarily on the arousal produced by the SNS and that do not require much cognitive processing.
The principal explanatory mechanisms may also vary over the life course.
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Toward Differentiating World-Language Relations The present research compared the effects of two distinct cues referentially mediated actions and their associated agents with non-referential facial expressions within a single study, and in addition manipulated the degree of naturalness of the facial expression on incremental sentence processing within a single study, and in addition manipulated the degree of naturalness of the facial expression.