emotion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
duygu

O, duygularını kontrol edemez. - She can't control her emotions.

Tom duygularını kontrol edemedi. - Tom couldn't control his emotions.

{i} his

Duyguları hissetmek iyidir. - It's okay to feel emotions.

Kendimi hep duygusal olarak kötüye kullanılmış hissettim. - I always felt emotionally abused.

{i} duygulanma

O, duygulanmaktan dolayı ağladı. - She wept with emotion.

{i} heyecan

O herhangi tipte heyecan göstermedi. - She didn't display any type of emotion.

Tom Mary'nin söylemek zorunda olduğu şeyi herhangi bir heyecan göstermeden dinledi. - Tom listened to what Mary had to say without showing any emotion.

(Tıp) emosyon
duygulanım
güçlü duygu
coşku
heyecan/duygu
(Askeri) HEYECAN, HİS, DUYGU
duygulu

Bizden daha duygulular. - They are more emotional than we.

emotionless
sakin
emotions
duygular

Duygulardan korkar mısın? - Are you afraid of any emotions?

Tom duygularını kontrol edemedi. - Tom couldn't control his emotions.

emotionless
duygusuz
emotionless
ruhsuz
emotionless
kayıtsız
emotionless
hissiz
emotionless
vurdumduymaz
cause a sensational emotion
sansasyona neden olmak
emotionless
heyecansız
absence of emotion
duygu yokluğu
emotionless
heyecansız, duygusuz
expressed emotion
ifade duygu
paroxysm of joy; keen emotion
sevinç nöbet; keskin duygu
that causes someone to feel emotion
Birinin duygu hissetmeye neden olur
verbs of emotion
duygu belirten fiiller, duygu filleri
attribution of emotion
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygu atfetme
conditioned emotion
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şartlı duygusal tepki
emotionless
heyecansız/duygusuz
vascular theory of emotion
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) vasküler duygu deorisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response to an object or a situation, based on or tied to physical state and sensory data
A reaction by an non-human organism with behavioral and physiological elements similar to a person's response
{n} a sudden motion, disturbance of mind
The energy that arises from misunderstood or unresolved experiences of the past Examples of emotions are chronic anger, or resentment, or depression Back to Top
{i} strong feeling, sentiment
Feelings such as happiness, sadness, anger, elation, irritation, etc The specific definition of emotion is dificult to qualify as it is a completely subjective experience
Emotion is another word for feelings Some common emotions are anger, fear, love, sadness, grief, jealousy, hurt, disappointment and joy We may have these feelings or emotions in response to things that are going on at the moment or when we remember something that happened in the past Frequently, we also experience physiological changes, such as feeling hot, having our heart beat faster, changes in our breathing, knotting in our stomachs, etc when we feel an emotion It is important to separate emotions from the actions we take when we feel something For example, some people shout or hit when they feel angry With practice, we can learn to think about what we are feeling and then decide how we want to act
n   A prostrating disease caused by a determination of the
a psychological feeling, usually accompanied by a physiological reaction
n The Effort to put someone or something into Motion
8 sources of e : samvega-vatthu (q v ) The 4 places rousing emotion; samvejaníya-tthána (q v )
A response based in feeling The visual expression of a feeling in a work of art
Deprive of courage or hope Take away hope from Cause to feel discouraged
has physiological innervations, unlike a feeling, as measured by the psychogalvanic effect Same as an affect
the feeling one experiences in reaction to a person or situation
A persons internal state of being and involuntary, subjective, physiological response to an object or a situation, based in or tied to physical state and sensory feelings
The state one feels in relation to something Energy in motion Ideally it is a fluid way of experiencing things as fully as possible If it becomes frozen and based on past incidents it is likely to lead to aberration
Emotion is the part of a person's character that consists of their feelings, as opposed to their thoughts. the split between reason and emotion. a strong human feeling such as love, hate, or anger (émouvoir , from movere ). Affective aspect of consciousness. The emotions are generally understood as representing a synthesis of subjective experience, expressive behaviour, and neurochemical activity. Most researchers hold that they are part of the human evolutionary legacy and serve adaptive ends by adding to general awareness and the facilitation of social communication. Some nonhuman animals are also considered to possess emotions, as first described by Charles Darwin in 1872. An influential early theory of emotion was that proposed independently by William James and Carl Georg Lange (1834-1900), who held that emotion was a perception of internal physiological reactions to external stimuli. Walter B. Cannon questioned this view and directed attention to the thalamus as a possible source of emotional content. Later researchers have focused on the brain-stem structure known as the reticular formation, which serves to integrate brain activity and may infuse perceptions or actions with emotional valence. Cognitive psychologists have emphasized the role of comparison, matching, appraisal, memory, and attribution in the forming of emotions. All modern theorists agree that emotions influence what people perceive, learn, and remember, and that they play an important part in personality development. Cross-cultural studies have shown that, whereas many emotions are universal, their specific content and manner of expression vary considerably
Positive or negative feelings generally in reaction to stimuli that are accompanied by physiological arousal and related behavior (p 371)
any strong feeling
An emotion is a feeling such as happiness, love, fear, anger, or hatred, which can be caused by the situation that you are in or the people you are with. Happiness was an emotion that Reynolds was having to relearn Her voice trembled with emotion. = feeling
A moving of the mind or soul; excitement of the feelings, whether pleasing or painful; disturbance or agitation of mind caused by a specific exciting cause and manifested by some sensible effect on the body
A reaction by an non-human organism with behavioral and physiological elements similar to a persons response
the egon's conforming to the overall state of organization of the material gestalt Emotion differs from cognition, which conforms to specific states (Watson)
affect

I try not to let my emotions affect my decisions. - I try not to let my emotions influence my decisions.

emotion work
Emotion work has been defined as the management of one's own feelings or as "work done in a conscious effort to maintain the well being of a relationship"[1].The terms "emotional labor" and "emotion work" are often used interchangeably, which can lead to confusion. Emotional labor refers to the emotional work done in a paid work setting. While emotion work relates to the unpaid emotional work that a person undertakes in their relationships with family and friends. Examples of emotion work include showing affection, apologizing after an argument, bringing up problems that need to be addressed in the relationship, and making sure the household runs smoothly. Cultural norms often imply that emotion work is reserved for females
aesthetic emotion
An emotional response to works of art produced when thought and emotion come together to create meaning, also known as working emotion

Knowing what he wants his audience to both think and feel when viewing his painting; the artist creates an image that will produce aesthetic emotion.

flow of emotion
A research technique that deconstructs the dramatic structure of a commercial in terms of emotional response to the advertisement rather than the rational response to the messaging
flow of emotion
Research results that plot the audience’s level and type of emotional response, moment-by-moment, through a commercial

It was easy to see in the flow of emotion results that people had strong negative emotions toward the voice-over, so we had the announcer read the copy less sarcastically and people loved the ad.

sustained emotion
A narrative structure used in commercials known as “producer-type” advertising.''
sustained emotion
One of four archetypal dramatic structures of commercials characterized by a continuously high level of positive emotions with the brand introduced early as the source of these emotions

The Diet Coke commercial featuring a roller girl skating by the ocean with soda bubbles flowing behind her and smiling friends skating beside her to dance music is an example of the dramatic structure known as sustained emotion.

emotionless
If you describe someone as emotionless, you mean that they do not show any feelings or emotions. emotional
emotionless
{s} unemotional, insensitive, uncaring
emotionless
unmoved by feeling; "he kept his emotionless objectivity and faith in the cause he served"; "this passionless girl was like an icicle in the sunshine"-Margaret Deland
emotionless
Lacking emotion
emotionless
unresponsive
emotions
subjective reactions to experience that are associated with physiological and behavioral changes subjective reactions to experience that are associated with physiological and behavioral changes
emotions
{i} feelings
emotions
This is a way of using font combinations as email shortcuts to convey emotions and expressions For example: Happy: : -), Wink: (This is sarcasm) ;->, and Surprised: -0 Also be aware that when typing in all capital letters the person receiving the email feels that you are screaming at them
emotions
plural of emotion
emotions
Emotions are psychological feelings that people have that usually result from--and contribute to--a conflict Examples are anger, shame, fear, distrust, and a sense of powerlessness If emotions are effectively managed, they can become a resource for effective conflict resolution If they are not effectively managed, however, they can intensify a conflict, heightening tensions and making the situation more difficult to resolve
emotions
Genus: Subconscious responses Differentia: Automated; triggered and programmed by ones thoughts and value judgments Link: Article
emotions
strong feelings
express emotion
give verbal or other expression to one's feelings
negative emotion
bad feeling, feeling that is not positive
troublesome emotion
feeling of worry; feeling that is harmful
emotion