negative emotion

Any adverse emotion—e.g., anger, envy, cynicism, sarcasm, etc.

negative emotion

Any adverse emotion–eg, anger, envy, cynicism, sarcasm, etc. Cf Positive emotion.
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Dalton said she"would expect the ability to communicate a happy emotion to [actually] be less potent than the ability to transmit a negative emotion.
These individuals showed less activity in areas of the prefrontal cortex, an area in the brain thought to regulate negative emotion.
It has been proposed that the age-related changes in negative emotion recognition could be explained by general cognitive decline, the socioemotional selectivity theory, and neural decline hypothesis (Ruffman et al.
The more you use your strengths, the better you're buffered against negative emotion and physical pain, and the more you feel positive emotions, according to recent Gallup surveys of about 5,000 American adults.
They were also more likely to describe it being charged with negative emotion.
The feeling of being out of control generates the belief that "no one can do it as good as me," which contributes to the negative emotion of fear.
Dr Woodman, 45, said: "Our research has found mountaineers, for example, go into an area to seek out not a positive emotion - to feel happy - but a negative emotion.
Customers might have positive or negative emotion resulting from the way they appraise their interaction with salespeople.
This article addresses the manner in which the imprecatory psalms provide a valuable mechanism for the cathartic release of negative emotion.
Sometimes enjoyment is derived by having the negative emotion, and then juxtaposing that with the positive emotion.
b2) for each signal made by the exchanger and indicative of the exchanger's negative emotion, calculating an ex changer negative time value as a product of the duration of the signal multiplied by a negative exchanger signal value and
In one experiment, Fredrickson & Levenson [16] measured the time elapsed from the start of a randomly assigned film until the cardiovascular reactions induced by the negative emotion returned to baseline levels.