hyperemotivity

hyperemotivity

(hī″pĕr-ē″mō-tĭv′ĭ-tē) [Gr. hyper, over, above, excessive, + L. emovere, to disturb]
Excessive emotivity or response to stimuli.
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We record the clinically significant results that are above a clinical threshold on several domains: emotional lability, hyperemotivity, depression, obsessive elements.
Generally speaking, the recorded high levels of hyperemotivity could have the sources in high levels of stress generated by psychological examination, with seems to be quite unfamiliar for some of the teachers.
Results for psychological evaluation of the teachers School High Urban Rural schools schools schools Hyperemotivity 13,94 % 17,27 % 18.01 % Emotional 13,54 % 10,44 % 14,19 % lability Depression 3,47 % 3,82 % 4,24 % Obsessive 2,52 % 2,85 % 10,18 % features Attention Bad 9,29 % 3,21 % 15,78 % Medium 52,33 % 53,74 % 58,54 % Good 38,37 % 43,02 % 25,66 % Memory Bad 1,88 % 4,86 % 5,60 % Medium 68,23 % 64,71 % 72,55 % Good 26,86 % 27,88 % 15,82 %