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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[USA], June 29 (ANI): Teenagers who can put out their negative emotions in precise and nuanced ways are better protected against depression in comparison to their peers, suggests a recent study based on negative emotion differentiation, or NED.
Hypothesis 1c: Harmonious passion will have a significant effect on social-sports participants' negative emotion.
The study also found participants felt the same levels of negative emotion whether they looked at a graphic warning label covering 20 per cent of a full page ad or 50 per cent of a much smaller cigarette pack.
Accept your negative emotion. Receiving concerning news can trigger a seemingly endless spiral of negative emotion.
The root of these feelings are pleasure and pain, and they give rise to more complicated states of positive and negative emotion.
In this paper, we will study the frangibility of dynamic systems under repeated negative emotion diffusion.
This method showed that repentance writing prompted participants to use words referring to positive emotion, negative emotion, and costs.
Results showed that, on days when participants were more helpful than usual, they experienced no decrease in positive emotion or mental health quality, and only a slight increase in negative emotion in response to stress.
We focused on the psychological factors intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, positive emotion, negative emotion, cognitive load, metacognition, and self-efficacy.
The inadequacy of affect is provoking great e-emotional interaction concern in recent years, and negative emotion compensation has emerged in the e-learning domain.
The need for control generates negative beliefs such as "I am out of control" and "No one can do it as well as me," which contribute to the negative emotion of fear.