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Aspetti soggettivi e somatici della vita emotiva quotidiana
Author/s: Dario Galati, Tommaso Costa, Manuella Crini, Massimo Fazzari, Elena Rognoni 
Year:  2009 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  11 Pg. 119-129 FullText PDF:  95 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PDS2009-002008
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Titolo inglese? - Aim of the study was to investigate the emotional experience in everyday life, considering both the subjective aspect and the physiological components. The subjective experience has been collected by a diary, while the physiological component were measured by a holter. The analysis of the subjective experiences showed that the families of emotion most frequently experienced were: joy, anger, fear and sadness and there was a balance between positive and negative emotions. Furthermore there was a significative relation between specific emotions and specific antecedents, with a prevalence of social antecedent. A multivariate analysis of the subjective and physiological data showed specific patterns for the different emotions and a coherence between subjective response and the physiological component of the sympathetic system.

Parole chiave: emotions, everyday life, psychophysiology, heart rate

Parole chiave: emozioni, vita quotidiana, psicofisiologia, battito cardiaco

Dario Galati, Tommaso Costa, Manuella Crini, Massimo Fazzari, Elena Rognoni, in "PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE" 2/2009, pp. 119-129, DOI:10.3280/PDS2009-002008


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