What Emotion Goes Viral the Fastest?

What Emotion Goes Viral the Fastest?

This research into indexing emotion in relation to sharing will produce the most relevant day for understanding sharing on the web .

BUT don’t we know slot about emotional impact of human interaction already ?

Of course we do, but, how does the web enhance or modify this behavior?

More importantly, how do we internalize the imagined other and how does this effect our sharing , what we share, with whom , when, and how?

Are you ready to learn more?
Read this article: “What Emotion Goes Viral the Fastest?” at this link:

– Drsandyr


GRAY MATTER What Faces Can’t Tell Us

At adtech I met with and briefly interviewed the founder of Emotient , a San Diego based company founded by neuroscientists incorporating Ekmans work.
They claim to offer a model which says they can interpret emotion from facial expression and they’ve got an algorithm which proves it.
Sounds like this group of neuroscientists disagrees and has data to back it up.
context is essential to understanding meaning.

What Faces Can’t Tell Us

February 28, 2014
CAN you detect someone’s emotional state just by looking at his face?

It sure seems like it. In everyday life, you can often “read” what someone is feeling with the quickest of glances. Hundreds of scientific studies support the idea that the face is a kind of emotional beacon, clearly and universally signaling the full array of human sentiments, from fear and anger to joy and surprise.

Increasingly, companies like Apple and government agencies like the Transportation Security Administration are banking on this transparency, developing software to identify consumers’ moods or training programs to gauge the intent of airline passengers. The same assumption is at work in the field of mental health, where illnesses like autism and schizophrenia are often treated in part by training patients to distinguish emotions by facial expression.

But this assumption is wrong. Several recent and forthcoming research papers from the Interdisciplinary Affective Science Laboratory, which I direct, suggest that human facial expressions, viewed on their own, are not universally understood.

– Drsandyr

That gut feeling

This article offers an interesting view of the empirical foundations of the felt sense we have when we feel moved by a presentation or person or idea .
Gendlin researched this idea many years ago and it has been foundational in my work .
Now we have a scientific basis which offers further support for this model.The gut feeling is what lets you know you’re emotionally engaged.


– Drsandyr