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  • relatively
  • For example, people who took the placebo rated their level of emotion relatively high (average score of 6.76) when they saw the most emotionally jarring photos of the malnourished child or the children with kittens. (psychcentral.com)
  • brain
  • I knew how the chemicals in my brain were driving my emotions. (nytimes.com)
  • HeartMath products, tools and techniques are based on over 25 years of scientific research conducted at the HeartMath Institute on the psychophysiology of stress, emotions, and the interactions between the heart and brain. (heartmath.com)
  • During stress and negative emotions, when the heart rhythm pattern is erratic and disordered, the corresponding pattern of neural signals traveling from the heart to the brain inhibits higher cognitive functions. (heartmath.com)
  • Based on how a person feels, determines how much information and what information travels to the thinking brain. (smore.com)
  • As soon as the infusion begins, ketamine will take only a few seconds to reach the brain and it will quickly make its effects felt. (tryhealthier.com)
  • words
  • Fredrickson, who's forty-four, was born and raised in the Midwest and comes from, in her words, "a long line of stoics" who didn't discuss or reveal their emotions. (thesunmagazine.org)
  • Words make us feel. (idg.com)
  • We presented 200 ITDMS with a unique buying scenario and used a proprietary algorithm to classify open-end emotion words into key themes and behavioral tendencies. (idg.com)
  • lives
  • Fredrickson arrived dressed smartly in black with a Parisian scarf around her neck, and we settled into a booth to discuss the benefits of increasing positive emotions in our lives. (thesunmagazine.org)
  • Content
  • Creating such messaging starts with mapping emotions to specific stages of the buying journey or buying scenarios to deliver more relevant, engaging content. (idg.com)
  • makes
  • When we worked side by side in his room or mine, I felt remarkably safe amid the kind of silence that usually makes me feel too vulnerable. (nytimes.com)