Some articles on emotions:

Superfly (band) - History - 2008–2009: Woodstock and Box Emotions
... The third single from Box Emotions, "Alright!!", was used as the opening theme to the Japanese television drama, BOSS, which began airing on April 16, 2009, as well as its second ... Superfly's second studio album, Box Emotions, was released on September 2, 2009, which she celebrated by holding a free live show at the Roppongi Hills arena, which hosted ... Box Emotions debuted at No ...
Self-conscious Emotions - Development of Self Conscious Emotions
... Self-conscious emotions are among the latter of emotions to develop ... Two reasons are at the cause of this ...
Silvia Hartmann - Energy EFT
... Classic EFT is only aimed at releasing negative emotions, whereas Energy EFT switches from releasing negative emotions to building upon positive emotions ...
Self-conscious Emotions
... Self-conscious emotions, such as guilt, shame, embarrassment, and pride, are emotions that relate to our sense of self and our consciousness of others ...
Self-conscious Emotions - Poor Behaviour and Self Conscious Emotions
... Initially self-conscious emotions were looked upon as troublesome and all part of an internal fight ... in an appropriate manner and problems with their self-conscious emotions ... by the hardship of creating the proper environment within a lab where self-conscious emotions would not only occur, but could be adequately measured ...

Famous quotes containing the word emotions:

    Virtues are not emotions. Emotions are movements of appetite, virtues dispositions of appetite towards movement. Moreover emotions can be good or bad, reasonable or unreasonable; whereas virtues dispose us only to good. Emotions arise in the appetite and are brought into conformity with reason; virtues are effects of reason achieving themselves in reasonable movements of the appetites. Balanced emotions are virtue’s effect, not its substance.
    Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225–1274)

    ... religion can only change when the emotions which fill it are changed; and the religion of personal fear remains nearly at the level of the savage.
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)

    Fearlessness is a more than ordinary strength of mind, which raises the soul above the troubles, disorders, and emotions which the prospect of great dangers are used to produce. And by this inward strength it is that heroes preserve themselves in a calm and quiet state, and enjoy a presence of mind and the free use of their reason in the midst of those terrible accidents that amaze and confound other people.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)