Identification of Basic Emotional States in Informational Communicationстатья

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[1] Identification of basic emotional states in informational communication / L. V. Matveeva, Y. V. Mochalova, T. Y. Anikeeva et al. // Procedia - social and behavioral sciences. — 2013. — Vol. 86. — P. 584–590. The study suggests data of expert assessment of basic emotional states, as being displayed on the computer. Gender, Age, and extraversion/introversion would serve as differentiating indicators for the groups of experts. Stimulus material of a visual nature was arranged in the following way: we took a two-minute movie (a video clip) with a close-up which tightly framed a human in a certain emotional state; the film was cut into seven shots (slides). Each shot was assessed by the experts on the nine-point scale to rate the eight basic emotions (joy, disgust, surprise, anger, bewilderment, calmness, fear, sadness). The movie as a whole was being assessed on the five-point scale with thirty items. The study reveals that emotional experience of a human in TV communication is represented by a combination of several basic emotions. The group of women over 35 years and the group of extraverts demonstrated a higher level of emotional intelligence. [ DOI ]

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