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Atlas of Emotions

Posted by Marcus Zillman

Atlas of Emotions

In June 2014, world renowned emotions expert Paul Ekman sent a survey out to 248 active emotion researchers around the world. In their responses, 88 percent of the respondents agreed that there are Universal Emotions, that is, emotions that all humans feel, no matter where they live or how they are raised. There was also a broad consensus on which emotions are universal, including anger, fear, disgust, sadness, and enjoyment. To navigate this engaging Atlas of Emotions, readers may select any of the five emotions to begin. From there, readers will find more information, including categories such as Triggers, Actions, and Moods. For instance, selecting Triggers under the Anger emotion leads to a graphic depicting the typical triggers that lead to an angry response, such as encountering offensive beliefs, being wrongfully accused, and rejection by a loved one. The site is exceptional for its interactive graphics and a layout that breaks down complex topics into easily understandable information. Anyone who wants to better understand human emotions will find much to appreciate here. This will be added to Healthcare Resources Subject Tracer™. From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2016.

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