experiences), Emotion Codes could be subcoded or categorized in such a way
that permits the analyst to discern which emotion(s) occur(s) with which specific
period or experience—for example: Which emotions are present during the ...
Author: Johnny Saldana
Category: Social Science
The code best describing the affect of a spouse is indicated on a computerized
dial until a change in behavior occurs such that another code better reflects the
emotional state of the spouse . Thus , the number of codes in a given
Author: Megan Elena McCarthy
Shame Sh : as a Code 36 if it occurs alone , and in combination with Code 75 (
Code 75 does not appear in the MAX system , but was empirically validated
shame component in subsequent research ( Malatesta & Izard , 1984 ) . Code 75
, if it ...
Author: Harald C. Traue
Publisher: Hogrefe & Huber Publishing
facial emotion coding systems available. It is a theoretically based, anatomically
linked facial movement coding system designed to identify fundamental emotions
by coding movement changes in three regions of the face. The codes ...
Author: Carol Z. Malatesta
Category: Achievement tests
Now this delay in the timing of love , and the emotion management needed to
delay , is recommended to women as well . Just as love ... Thus , the notion of
emotional code attending modernity , and now post modernity , has a gendered
Author: Wolfgang Zapf
Behavioral observation of emotion is challenging and requires large time
investments to train raters and code the data because of the fleeting nature of
emotional expression , however facial emotion coding and simplified systems
may offer a ...
Author: John D. Hoch
As a means of understanding the ongoing , and changing , process of teacher
professionalisation the notion of gendered emotion codes is a potentially
effective device ( Davies , 1996 ; Dillabough , 1999 ) . Its strength as a conceptual
Author: Patricia Lewis
Publisher: Red Globe Press
Category: Business & Economics
... by T . B . Rogers in his article titled “ Emotion , Imagery , and Verbal Codes : A
Closer Look at an Increasingly Complex Interaction ... during a conversation with
Paivio in 1966 because Rogers sensed the absence of a third , emotional code .
Category: Imagery (Psychology)
the mother names the child ' s emotion - the mother directs the child as to the
emotional attitude he or she should have towards something - the mother
enables the child to control his or her emotions code A - . ( az ) : – the affective
exchange of ...
Author: Professor Jaan Valsiner
Rogers ' ( 1983 ) solution to the role of affect in cognitive theory is to speculate
that an Emotional code might be the third code in the dual - code theory . The
findings of self - referent - memory enhancement in studies was thought to be
Author: Frank H. Farley
Publisher: Praeger Pub Text
4 ) Meta - emotions are emotional reactions to one's own emotions . These meta -
emotions code important information about the appropriateness of the emotion in
question and they also control that emotion . On an interpersonal level , this ...
Author: Markku S. Hannula
Category: Attitude (Psychology)
Coders were trained by a graduate student certified in the Facial Action Coding
System ( Ekman & Friesen , 1978 ) , which is ... Codes were based on a modified
version of Gross and Levenson's Emotional Expressive Behavior coding system ...
Author: Virginia Emily Smith
Code ( 1991 ) also critiqued the supposed lack of emotion in the production of
knowledge from the empiricist viewpoint . She pointed out that it is at times
reasonable to feel certain emotions , and that emotions such as curiosity and
interest are ...
Author: Mary Sue Gilbert
We are going to attempt to discover the key to a code we can easily recognize .
Once we have discovered this visible element , or key , however , we must still
realize that we have not explained away emotion in literature or solved its ...
Author: Chester Clayton Long
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Category: Oral interpretation
The emotion work that matters is control of the feelings of fear , vulnerability , and
the desire to be comforted . The ideal self doesn ' t need much , and what it does
need it can get for itself . ( Hochschild 2003 : 24 ) This unisex emotional code ...
Author: Åsa Wettergren
In order to read others ' emotions , an audience needs to know their emotional
code . Authoritative conventions , definitions , and descriptions of the emotional
are thus crucial in producing individuals capable of communicating with other ...
Author: Ralitza Hristova Konstantinova
Rather then assessing satisfaction , other measures focus on the emotional
connection between partners . ... Negative emotion codes include disgust ,
contempt , belligerence , domineering , criticism , anger , defensiveness ,
sadness , and ...
Author: Michel Hersen