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emotion

i moh shuhn

  • n  any strong feeling

  • So far it looks like Hume was onto something; though reason can shape moral judgment, emotion is often decisive, and that explains some strange quirks in our moralizing.
  • There was no difference in scores between the groups on the explicit tests of emotion and affect.
  • If the emotion moving that person is not triggered by your objective mate value, that emotion will not be alienated by someone who comes along with greater mate value than yours.
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  • Elvis Presley in Washington Post
    I'm so very sad and confused with every emotion possible. ...... This is such a massive loss on so many levels, words fail me,Presley said in statement.
  • Tim Howard in The Associated Press
    That's probably going to capture more people's attention than if we won the game 3-0 and it was easy,goalkeeper Tim Howard said. "That emotion, that passion is what American sports fans thrive on."
  • Cristiano Ronaldo in BBC Sport
    It is with great joy and emotion that I inform I have recently become a father to a baby boy,said Ronaldo.

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