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List of Emotions

List of Emotions

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List of emotions

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1 Plutchik's wheel of emotions 2 Emotions by groups 3 In artificial languages o 3.1 EARL 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Plutchik's wheel of emotions

Plutchik's Wheel of Emotions in 2D and 3D models.

tree structured list of emotions as described in Parrot (2001).[2][3] Primary Secondary emotion emotion Love Affection Tertiary emotions Adoration. fondness.Robert Plutchik created a wheel of emotions in 1980 which consisted of 8 basic emotions and 8 advanced emotions each composed of 2 basic ones.[1] Basic emotion Basic opposite Joy Sadness Trust Disgust Fear Anger Surprise Anticipation Sadness Joy Disgust Trust Anger Fear Anticipation Surprise Advanced emotion Composed of. liking. Advanced opposite Optimism Anticipation + Joy Disappointment Love Joy + Trust Remorse Submission Trust + Fear Contempt Awe Fear + Surprise Aggressiveness Disappointment Surprise + Sadness Optimism Remorse Sadness + Disgust Love Contempt Disgust + Anger Submission Aggressiveness Anger + Anticipation Awe Emotions by groups Here is a categorised.. . tenderness.. attraction. caring.

nervousness. hate. Irritation grumpiness. euphoria Zest Enthusiasm. uneasiness. jubilation. grouchiness. scorn. annoyance. glee. rejection. enjoyment. sentimentality Lust/Sexual desire Longing Arousal. horror. terror. gaiety. dread In artificial languages EARL . embarrassment. surprise. shame. sympathy Alarm. fright. tenseness. neglect. Neglect homesickness. unhappiness. Sadness sadness. hope. gladness. outrage. rage. disappointment. triumph Optimism Eagerness. displeasure Shame Guilt. contempt. distress. dejection. Cheerfulness joviality. hurt. insult Sympathy Pity. melancholy Disappointment Dismay. exhilaration Contentment Contentment. regret. jolliness. happiness. apprehension. excitement. sorrow. hostility. jealousy Torment Torment Suffering Agony. fury. loathing Envy Envy. thrill. delight. satisfaction. wrath. crosspatch Exasperation Exasperation. anguish Depression. frustration Anger. dislike. hysteria. misery. suffering. optimism Enthrallment Enthrallment. rapture Relief Relief Surprise Amazement. vengefulness. woe. panic. Horror mortification Anxiety. passion. glumness. cheerfulness. gloom. infatuation Joy Surprise Anger Sadness Fear Longing Amusement. zest. irritation. remorse Alienation. defeat. elation. zeal. lust. shock. revulsion. agitation. isolation. fear. humiliation. grief. pleasure Pride Pride. Rage bitterness. joy. ferocity. loneliness. bliss. insecurity. desire. resentment Disgust Disgust.compassion. astonishment Aggravation. hopelessness. despair. spite. ecstasy. Nervousness worry.

The HUMAINE Emotion Annotation and Representation Language (EARL) classifies the following 48 emotions.[4] • • • • • Negative and forceful o Anger o Annoyance o Contempt o Disgust o Irritation Negative and not in control o Anxiety o Embarrassment o Fear o Helplessness o Powerlessness o Worry Negative thoughts o Doubt o Envy o Frustration o Guilt o Shame Negative and passive o Boredom o Despair o Disappointment o Hurt o Sadness Agitation o Stress o Shock o Tension • • • • • Positive and lively o Amusement o Delight o Elation o Excitement o Happiness o Joy o Pleasure Caring o Affection o Empathy o Friendliness o Love Positive thoughts o Courage o Hope o Pride o Satisfaction o Trust Quiet positive o Calm o Content o Relaxed o Relieved o Serene Reactive o Interest o Politeness o Surprised .

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