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DEFINITIONS OF EMOTIONS
To return to the exercise , close this browser window. Sternberg, R. In Search of the Human Mind, 2nd Ed.Harcourt, Brace, 1998 p 542 "An emotion is a feeling comprising physiological and behavioral (and possibly cognitive) reactions to internal and external events." via Pocket
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2 days ago by ChristopherA
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The world is being flooded with technology designed to monitor our emotions. Amazon’s Alexa is one of many virtual assistants that detect tone and timbre of voice in order to better understand commands. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  criticism  ekman  emotion  psychology 
2 days ago by ChristopherA
'Affective Presence': How You Make Other People Feel - The Atlantic
When someone says they like a person or that person is annoying, it could be something more than just the physical acts they are doing. It could be some underlying part of their personality.

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annoying , john butler , greg mestell , ron finney
emotion  psychology  traits 
5 days ago by daguti
The fear that lies behind aggressive masculinity | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian
The age-old mistake, which has stunted countless lives, is the assumption that because physical hardship in childhood makes you physically tough, emotional hardship must make you emotionally tough. It does the opposite. It implants a vulnerability that can require a lifetime of love and therapy to repair and that, untreated, leads to an escalating series of destructive behaviours. Emotionally damaged men all too often rip apart their own lives, and those of their partners and children. I see both physical fitness and emotional strength as virtues, but they are acquired by entirely different means.
masculinity  identity  aggression  fear  decline  emotion  mentalHealth  dctagged  dc:creator=MonbiotGeorge 
6 days ago by petej
Bicycling on Haunted Streets by Do Jun Lee — YES! Magazine
"Bikequity: Money, Class, & Bicycling"
Relating bicycling in NYC to Korean "han" of shared unspoken pain.
excerpt  essay  bicycles  culture  emotion  2018 
7 days ago by mechazoidal
Casel Secondary Guide Beta
CASEL Guide Effective Social and Emotional Learning Programs Middle and High School Edition Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning
SEL  CASEL  Social  emotion  learning  guide 
7 days ago by bdwc
Founders
Founders
In the early years, CASEL was an entirely volunteer group of educators and researchers committed to advancing social and emotional learning. With support from the Fetzer Institute and Surdna Foundation, the group met periodically to discuss new directions in the field of social and emotional learning and ways to build and strengthen CASEL as an organization.

Many of the original Leadership Team members still work closely with CASEL. Many others continue as leaders in the SEL field. The identifications below refer to the professional involvements of the Leadership Team members at the time when they met regularly.

Sheldon Berman, Superintendent of Schools, Hudson, MA
Patricia Caesar, President and CEO, Caesar Consulting Group
Maurice Elias, Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University
Daniel Goleman, CASEL co-founder, author of Emotional Intelligence
Mark T. Greenberg, Prevention Research Center for the Promotion of Human Development, Penn State University
Eileen R. Growald, Venture Philanthropist
Norris M. Haynes, Professor of Counseling and School Psychology, Southern Connecticut State University
Janice Jackson, Assistant Professor, Lynch School of Education, Boston College
Linda Lantieri, Director, Inner Resilience Program
Beverly Benson Long, Immediate Past President, World Federation for Mental Health
JoAnn B. Manning, Vice President of Program Implementation, Platform Learning
Mary Utne O’Brien, Research Professor of Psychology and Education, University of Illinois at Chicago
Janet Patti, Professor, Department of Curriculum and Teaching, Hunter College
Terry Pickeral, Executive Director, National Center for Learning and Citizenship, Education Commission of the States
Timothy P. Shriver, Chair, Special Olympics
David J. Sluyter, Senior Advisor, Fetzer Institute
Herbert J. Walberg, Professor Emeritus, Education and Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago
Roger P. Weissberg, Professor of Psychology and Education, University of Illinois at Chicago
Joseph E. Zins, Professor, College of Education, University of Cincinnati
Learn more about CASEL’s history here and important milestones here.
SEL  Education  Social  emotion  learning 
7 days ago by bdwc
Sad by design | Eurozine
Sadness expresses the growing gap between the self-image of a perceived social status and the actual precarious reality. The temporary dip, described here under the code name ‘sadness’, can best be understood as a mirror phenomenon of the self-promotion machine that constructs the links for us. The mental state is so pervasive, the merging of social media with the self so totalizing, that we see the sadness complex as a manifestation of an ‘anti-self’ stage that we slip into and then walk away from. The anti-climax called sadness travels with the smart phone, it’s everywhere.
socialMedia  mentalHealth  identity  emotion  sadness  melancholy  design  anxiety  compulsion  engagement  manipulation 
8 days ago by petej
(1791) The Hole in Racial Justice - YouTube
Socialisation
Daniel Kahneman - slow thinking fast thinking
&! Everyone is biased, including you
We all cling to beliefs despite the evidence.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/jan/12/psychology-of-group-reasoning-versus-individual
“If I see myself as someone who is smart, competent and kind, and you give me some information that I have done something foolish, immoral or hurtful, I have a choice,” says US social psychologist Carol Tavris, co-author with Aronson of Mistakes Were Made (But Not By Me). “I can revise my view of myself, or I can dismiss the evidence. Most people take the least painful path and dismiss the evidence.” [...] “But if you take a group of people with some kind of common incentive but who disagree about something, then reason can help them get a better answer.”
post-racial  America  Bias  Psychology  Sociology  unconscious  subconscious  prejudice  Racism  discrimination  BAME  neuroscience  cognitive  dissonance.book  Gesellschaft  justice  facts  bigotry  emotions  emotion  Diversity  book 
9 days ago by asterisk2a
'Affective Presence': How You Make Other People Feel - The Atlantic
It’s been known for some time that emotions are contagious: If one person feels angry, she may well infect her neighbor with that anger. But affective presence is an effect one has regardless of one’s own feelings—those with positive affective presence make other people feel good, even if they personally are anxious or sad, and the opposite is true for those with negative affective presence.
emotion 
11 days ago by craniac
Sad by design | Eurozine
Most of the time your eyes are glued to screen, as if it’s now or never. As Gloria Estefan wrote: ‘The sad truth is that opportunity doesn’t knock twice.’ Then, you stand up and walk away from the intrusions. The fear of missing out backfires, the social battery is empty and you put the phone aside. This is the moment sadness arises. It’s all been too much, the intake has been pulverized and you shut down for a moment, poisoning him with your unanswered messages. According to Greif, ‘the hallmark of the conversion to anti-experience is a lowered threshold for eventfulness.’ A Facebook event is the one you’re interested in, but do not attend.
socialmedia  facebook  emotion  psychology 
12 days ago by juliusbeezer
Canvs
Canvs is the industry standard for emotion measurement. Trusted by leading
networks, agencies, and brands to reveal how audiences and customers
feel–and why.
emotion  measurement  research 
13 days ago by kpieper876
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
The Book - Coming Soon from Simon & Schuster! We don't have a release date yet, but I'll update this page as soon as I know. In the meantime, feel free to write me directly and describe an emotion you...
Writing  blog  dictionary  emotion  emotions  adjectives 
14 days ago by nahurst

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