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Hello, I would need a task to induce fear and disgust in a comparable way. Both tasks should elicit emotions for a few minutes (I need to measure psychophysiological parameters). It is very important that no fear be present in the disgust condition (e.g. blood or insects may elicit a mixed reaction).
I am looking for a disgust scale specifically targeting smoking-related cues. However, there does not appear to be one. Instead, my research partner and I have been modifying the Disgust Scale-Revised (Haidt, McCauley, & Rozin, 1994; Modified by Olatunji et al.) to include smoking-related cues. Are there other options, or scales that I somehow missed?
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In order to make estimates of standard error of difference.
I have analysed a number of online articles and have their emotion analysis scores along with their sentiment (pos/neg/neutral) and the sentiment value. The fields are: Anger, Disgust, Fear, Sadness and Joy. What I would like to know if it is possible to somehow combine the values of the fields to represent them as one value. I also have comments related to those articles and have their sentiment and emotion scores as well in similar fields.
This would permit me to find a threshold so that I can use it to grade the article and the comments according to that single value. For example, an article might be: Anger=0.100637, Disgust=0.327951, Fear=0.243857, Joy=0.043951 and Sadness=0.364933.
Clearly in this example, the sadness value is the highest followed by disgust, but would it be right to ignore the lower score fields and classify that article as "sadness" related when "disgust" is that close? Would the "sadness" value be representative of that article? And what if another has 0.148988, 0.14043, 0.070271, 0.609123 and 0.103031? Equal parts "anger" and "disgust" but with 60% "Joy"?
My first thought was to have some sort of mean but that would not be accurate at all as the difference in the different scores will certainly be lost.
Can someone please help me a little with this problem? Can all five values somehow be represented as one? Thank you.
I am looking for a high-quality children's face database, which contains pictures of emotional expressions. Such as Anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, surprise, contempt, and neutral.
Sorry if this is a basic question, just can't seem to find the answer I'm looking for.
For this experiment, we collected participant sex info (between-subj. categorical IV), disgust sensitivity scores (continuous moderator), and participant ratings of male and female target faces (two-level repeated measures DV). Participants saw and rated both male and female faces in the same session.
I first ran a simple Repeated Measures ANOVA in SPSS, with participant sex as the between subj. factor and target sex as the within-subj. factor. Target Sex and the Target Sex X Participant Sex interaction were significant. Then I wanted to test if disgust sensitivity moderated any of the effects, so I ran a Mixed ANCOVA with disgust sensitivity included as a covariate. All effects dropped to non-significance. I'm having trouble interpreting these results. We have theoretical reason to believe that these effects should be moderated by disgust sensitivity.
Is there a better way to test for moderation with this design? Linear regression seems like the best bet, but how do I deal with a two-level within-subj (repeated measures) DV in linear regression? Is there a macro (e.g., PROCESS) that would be appropriate for this? Is multilevel modeling necessary?
I am researching Paul Ekman's Basic Theory. Does anyone have any books or journal articles between the years 2016-present discussing the definitions of these 6 emotions: happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, surprise, and anger