I like to consider myself a person with a high emotional intelligence capable of experiencing as many feelings as there are colors of the wind. Sometimes even all at once, or at least in rapid succession. But a new study out of Glasgow is set on challenging my rainbow of emotions. A recent paper published in Current Biology speculates that humans express and recognize a much more limited emotional palette than the the commonly accepted six classic basic feelings (happy, surprised, afraid, disgusted, angry, and sad).
We are an Award-Winning life, culture, and biz new media digest, serving as the global hub for enhanced performance and well-being. With an emphasis on action, our 600+ international contributors empower people to transition from knowing what to do to actually doing it, all complemented by syndication relationships with a choice group of equally innovative media outlets. Today and every day, we simply deliver the very best insights, intelligence, and inspiration available anywhere, doing it our way by placing our writers and our audience at the forefront. It's magical. It's evergreen. And quite frankly, It's just good stuff. Period. We are closely aligned with GoodWorks 360°, our affiliated global nonprofit social impact enterprise, dedicated to providing mission-critical pro bono services to good nonprofits worldwide.
Dennis is the Founder, Publisher, and Editor-in-Chief of the award-winning life, culture, and biz new media digest, With an emphasis on action, their amazing...