(redirected from arousal)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Related to arousal: emotional arousal
References in periodicals archive ?
To avoid repetition of the stimuli, 135 emotional words that varied with valence and arousal levels were used.
The terms were pleasure at (0o) relative to misery (unpleased) (180o), excitement (45o) relative to depression(225o), arousal (90o) relative to sleepiness (2700), and distress(135o) relative to contentment (relaxation) (315o).
Emotion recognition for the given input signal is done using the Valence Arousal model.
29% accuracy rate for arousal and valence respectively by using only Galvanic Skin Response signal.
However, it is thought that one of the major problems with the inverted-U hypothesis as an explanation for the relationship between arousal and performance is the way in which activation and arousal are operationalised (Sapolsky, 2015).
A greater EEG arousal frequency is associated with increased physical fatigue in SDB children, contributing significantly to emotional fatigue.
Strongest Emotion model: This model attempts to infer emotions from the values for Arousal and Valence, with respect to the six emotions that are defined by the clusters.
Han's research team is now collecting additional data, including etiology data and serum biomarkers, from ED patients with delirium in the hope of learning "why delirious patients with normal arousal do so poorly in terms of mortality.
Cooper, Frone, Russell, and Mudar (1995) have also suggested that alcohol alleviates negative emotions that consist not only of valence, but also of arousal (negative reinforcement expectancy, e.
Anyway in our experiment we are not studying directly basic emotions (such as fear or joy) but affective states recorded through scales measuring valence and arousal (Lang, 1995; Lang, Bradley, & Cuthbert, 1999).
A survey of more than 19,000 adults in the United States found that about 15 percent of individuals had experienced confusional arousal in the previous year, many of them suffering more than one episode a week.
Erin Cooper said that the unique thing about the 'Faking Orgasm Scale' for women is that they quantitative evidence suggesting women may also fake orgasm for far more 'selfish' reasons, like increasing their own arousal.