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Une prothèse rend le sens du toucher à un homme amputé de la main

Une prothèse rend le sens du toucher à un homme amputé de la main | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
Une équipe de chercheurs européens a mis au point un système d'électrodes capables de transmettre des sensations tactiles très localisées.

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Living Abroad: In What Language Do You Feel Emotions ?

Living Abroad: In What Language Do You Feel Emotions ? | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“ I came across this interesting article about some studies on languages used by multilingual third culture kids (TCKs) to express various emotions in different situations. Language is strongly tied ...”
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La justice américaine doit déterminer si les chimpanzés sont des ...

La justice américaine doit déterminer si les chimpanzés sont des ... | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“Ils manifestent des émotions également complexes, comme l'empathie. La justice peut accepter ou non de ..... Il ressent des émotions, communique avec ses semblables, maitrise une forme de langage, qu'il soit verbal ou non.”
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Cartographie des émotions. Propositions linguistiques et ...

Cartographie des émotions. Propositions linguistiques et ... | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“La linguistique se penche sur les émotions afin de décrire les moyens langagiers de les exprimer ou de les représenter, tant au niveau de la structure de la langue que de l'interaction dans le discours.”
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U.S. spy agency predicts a very transhuman future by 2030

U.S. spy agency predicts a very transhuman future by 2030 | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“ The National Intelligence Council has just released its much anticipated forecasting report, a 140-page document that outlines major trends and technological developments we should expect in the next 20 years.”
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Quelle tête faites vous dans le métro ?

Quelle tête faites vous dans le métro ? | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“ À Paris, plus de 5 millions de personnes empruntent quotidiennement le métro pour se déplacer. Ce flux important de voyageurs est en perpétuelle augmentation depuis 10 ans (+25 %).”
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The embodiment of emotion: language use during the feeling of social emotions predicts cortical somatosensory activity | Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

The embodiment of emotion: language use during the feeling of social emotions predicts cortical somatosensory activity | Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
Keeping language 'close to the bone' or felt experience, also, it seems, keeps it close to the somatosensory cortex. "This study investigated whether participants showed individual differences in the words they used to describe complex social emotions. We expected that cognitive word use would reflect a more abstract, deliberative emotional style and that affect words would reflect more embodied, physical engagement with emotion, and that these styles would correlate with patterns of neural activity during narratives designed to elicit feelings of admiration and compassion, but not control narratives." Consistent with these hypotheses, affective style was associated with greater recruitment of brain areas subserving physical body awareness. The authors cite evidence that indvidual differences in linguistic style (e.g. cognitive vs. affective) appear relatively stable across time and topic. I wonder if meditation practice, with its emphasis on body awareness and the critical role of sensations in giving rise to emotions and thoughts, might correlate with a shift in style from cognitive to affective to sensation-based language.
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George Lakoff on Embodied Cognition and Language

“ Speaker: George Lakoff, Cognitive Science and Linguistics Professor at UC Berkeley Lecture: Cascade Theory: Embodied Cognition and Language from a Neural Per...”
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L'âge de l'empathie

“ de Frans de Waal - Les Liens qui Libèrent, 2010. La loi du plus fort n'est pas la seule qui régisse les sociétés animales et humaines. Bien au contraire, l...”
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Emotions in More than One Language

Emotions in More than One Language | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it

When bilinguals' childhood lacks of affection, they may prefer to express emotion in their second language.

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WalkerKyleForrest's curator insight, March 21, 2014 10:22 AM

Many children are forced to learn a different language from what they grew up with. With this setback, many of their feeling cannot be seen, in a negative way. But as  they accomadate to their languages, they can begin to comprimise and solve problems, live happily ever after.

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I have met people that aren't from America that speak Spanish, and when they get mad or excited then they speak in their native language. I didn't know that some people didn't do that. It's weird that some people switch languages while they are mad or excited. My mind doesn't even work that fast on my first language. It's amazing how the human mind works.

~Jessica 

shamlabeth's curator insight, April 14, 2014 11:35 AM

In some cases when people are able to speak more than one language and they are in pain, in trouble, are sad, or are angry they some times use other languages then the one they grew up learning. Sometimes it is easier expressing yourself using a foreign language. Using a foreign language sometimes  helps expressing yourself easier .~Amanda

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Young apes manage emotions like humans, study says - Phys.org

Young apes manage emotions like humans, study says - Phys.org | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
Researchers studying young bonobos in an African sanctuary have discovered striking similarities between the emotional development of the bonobos and that of children, suggesting these great apes regulate their emotions ...

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Feeling Your Consumer: What Marketers Are Missing About Making Emotional Connections; FEELING NOT REASONING CREATES EMPATHY

Feeling Your Consumer: What Marketers Are Missing About Making Emotional Connections; FEELING NOT REASONING CREATES EMPATHY | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
Douglas Van Praet discusses the neurological nature of empathy and how marketers often focus on competition at the expense of real connections.

 

Whenever marketers say their top priority is bonding emotionally with consumers, my eyes roll a bit. Extracting empathy from gigabytes of data can sabotage your best-laid plans because there is a counterproductive side to our competitive analysis.

 

Imagine your customer has just had a horrible experience and resolves never again to buy your product. Do you feel their pain? Or is it the pang of your lost revenue that ails you? Our instincts for competition often override those that impel us to help others.


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Michel Foucault - Le Corps Lieu d' Utopies - 1966

Michel Foucault - Le Corps Lieu d' Utopies - 1966 __________________________ Paul-Michel Foucault, né le 15 octobre 1926 à Poitiers et mort le 25 juin 1984 à...

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Understanding emotions without language

Understanding emotions without language | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
Does understanding emotions depend on the language we speak, or is our perception the same regardless of language and culture? According to a new study by researchers from the MPI for Psycholinguistics and the MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, you don't need to have words for emotions to understand them.
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Perception of facial expressions differs across cultures

Perception of facial expressions differs across cultures | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
Facial expressions have been called the "universal language of emotion," but people from different cultures may perceive happy, sad or angry facial expressions in unique ways, according to new research.
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Female fertility affects men's linguistic choices

“ The likelihood that a man will match his language to that of a female conversation partner depends on how fertile she is, according to a study published Feb. 8 in the open access journal PLoS ONE.”
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Google veut penser et répondre à notre place

Google veut penser et répondre à notre place | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“ Le géant du web a obtenu un brevet d intelligence artificielle qui vise à suggérer à l internaute des réactions automatiques adaptées à sa psychologie.”
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Insights Into Language And Emotion From Psychological Science

Insights Into Language And Emotion From Psychological Science | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“ We use language every day to express our emotions, but can this language actually affect what and how we feel?”
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L'âge de l'empathie

“ de Frans de Waal - Les Liens qui Libèrent, 2010. La loi du plus fort n'est pas la seule qui régisse les sociétés animales et humaines. Bien au contraire, l...”
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When Algorithms Grow Accustomed to Your Face

When Algorithms Grow Accustomed to Your Face | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
“ Companies are developing software to analyze our fleeting facial expressions and to get at the emotions behind them.”
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Perception of facial expressions differs across cultures

Perception of facial expressions differs across cultures | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it

Facial expressions have been called the "universal language of emotion," but people from different cultures may perceive happy, sad or angry facial expressions in unique ways, according to new research.


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The Relationship Between Narcissistic Exploitativeness, Dispositional Empathy, and Emotion Recognition Abilities

The Relationship Between Narcissistic Exploitativeness, Dispositional Empathy, and Emotion Recognition Abilities | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it

The present research explores the link between the personality trait exploitativeness, a component of narcissism, and emotion recognition abilities. Prior research on this topic has produced inconsistent findings. We attempt to resolve these inconsistencies by testing the hypothesis that narcissistic exploitativeness, in particular, should be associated with emotion-reading abilities because it specifically taps into the motivation to manipulate others. Across two studies we find that narcissistic exploitativeness is indeed associated with increased emotion recognition, but in some cases the confounding effects of mood need to be considered (Study 1). Importantly, effect sizes of narcissistic exploitativeness were similar in magnitude to two different measures of dispositional empathy, which is an established correlate of emotion recognition. These studies suggest that emotional recognition abilities are associated with desirable and undesirable traits.


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User interest and social influence based emotion prediction for individuals

User interest and social influence based emotion prediction for individuals | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it

Emotions are playing significant roles in daily life, making emotion prediction important. To date, most of state-of-the-art methods make emotion prediction for the masses which are invalid for individuals. In this paper, we propose a novel emotion prediction method for individuals based on user interest and social influence. To balance user interest and social influence, we further propose a simple yet efficient weight learning method in which the weights are obtained from users' behaviors. We perform experiments in real social media network, with 4,257 users and 2,152,037 microblogs. The experimental results demonstrate that our method outperforms traditional methods with significant performance gains.


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F. Baider & G. Cislaru (dir.), Cartographie des émotions - Fabula

F. Baider & G. Cislaru (dir.), Cartographie des émotions - Fabula | Langage et émotion | Scoop.it
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F. Baider & G. Cislaru (dir.), Cartographie des émotions Fabula La linguistique se penche sur les émotions afin de décrire les moyens langagiers de les exprimer ou de les représenter, tant au niveau de la structure de la langue que de...
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