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Introduction. Organizing the tools and methods of affective science / James A. Coan and John J.B. Allen; I. EMOTION ELICITATION; 1. Emotion elicitation using . Apr 19, Emotion Elicitation and Assessment is the most complete reference for methods This handbook will help to advance research in emotion by. Handbook of emotion elicitation and assessment. James A. Coan & John J.B. Allen (Eds.) New York. Oxford University Press. Hb. $ Pp.
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Post-Writing Ratings. Specifically, these analyses investigated if the intended and incidental emotions significantly increased after writing.
For example, if anger does not increase in the angry condition, the higher levels of anger in this condition may not be attributed to an increase as a result of writing about an angry memory; rather, fearful memories might be simply reducing anger, thereby causing a significant difference between conditions. In fact, the reduction of an intended emotion has been previously found when participants reported less sadness after seeing happy facial expressions and vice versa when viewing sad facial expressions during an emotion induction .
These comparisons in this section focused only on the emotions that were previously found to be higher in a respective condition because changes in incidental emotions that were not previously found to differ across conditions would not be a concern for the AEMT for obvious reasons. In the angry condition, we tested anger, disgust emotions and sadness emotions. In the fearful condition, we tested fear and the happiness emotions.
This decrease was unexpected because there was significantly more happiness emotions reported in the fearful essays compared to the angry essays. In order to further investigate this pattern, we performed an additional test comparing the rate of change in happiness emotions in the angry condition.
This indicates that although post-writing happiness emotion levels were higher in the fearful condition compared to the angry condition, it was not because writing fearful essays caused a greater increase in happiness emotions.
Discussion We conducted a thorough manipulation check to test for unintentional consequences associated with applying the AEMT procedure to experimentally induced anger and fear. The results confirmed some expected patterns, and highlighted some interesting patterns regarding the unintended emotions as well. We expected that the intended emotions would be significantly higher in their respective conditions i.
Although the results confirmed this expected pattern, there were also some potentially problematic findings for using the AEMT. In the angry condition, two incidental emotions disgust and sadness emotions increased significantly after writing about an angry experience and occurred at significantly higher levels compared to the fearful condition. On the other hand, happiness emotions decreased at a higher rate in the angry condition to the extent that there were higher post-writing levels of the happiness in the fearful condition following writing.
The fact that these three incidental emotions changed significantly across conditions is not by itself threatening to the effectiveness of the AEMT and is actually somewhat expected given previous research on the occurrence of multiple emotions . However, the significant differences found across the angry and fearful conditions are of concern for the internal validity of the AEMT as an emotion induction technique.
For example, any effects attributed to anger vs.
There was the concern that requiring participants to provide pre-writing emotion ratings might influence subsequent emotions during the AEMT. In fact, this is one of the reasons why several of the previous studies have not measured pre-writing emotions  ,  ,  ,  , .
To address this concern, we collected data on an additional sample of 39 participants who skipped the pre-writing emotion survey and only provided post-writing emotion ratings. Emotion judgments of these participants post-only group were compared to the 85 participants who provided both pre- and post-writing emotion ratings pre-post group. Taken together, the results of Experiment 1 lead us to have some misgivings about the validity of the AEMT as an effective method to induce emotions, particularly for negative emotions.
We used anger and fear as intended emotions and found that disgust emotions and sadness emotions were also induced in the angry condition. Previous research has reported mixed results regarding the effectiveness of different emotion induction techniques to induce specific emotions  ,  , so there was still a question about whether the AEMT can be used to induce specific emotions. This experiment provided initial evidence for doubting the effectiveness of the AEMT, which aligns with some of the previous work using other emotion induction techniques .
Since this experiment involved writing about two negative emotions, the next step was to investigate if these effects also occurred when participants were asked to recall and describe emotional experiences that differed in valence.
This was accomplished by asking participants to write about happy or sad experiences in Experiment 2. Similar to Experiment 1 , we predicted that happiness would be higher for those who wrote about happy experiences and sadness would be higher for those who wrote about sad experiences. Based on findings from Experiment 1 , we also hypothesize that we would find differences in the incidental emotions disgust emotions, anger emotions, and fear emotions between the two conditions.
Specifically, since sadness emotions and disgust emotions were induced in the angry condition in Experiment 1 , we predict that anger emotions and disgust emotions will be similarly induced in the sad condition in Experiment 2.
Experiment 2 Method Participants. Participants were 96 individuals who volunteered to participate for monetary compensation on AMT.
Similar to Experiment 1 , participation was restricted to English speakers from the U.Alcohol and tension reduction: The importance of individual differences. New York: Oxford University Press. Cognition and Emotion, 12 2 , Emotion regulation deficits in frontotemporal lobar degeneration and Alzheimer's disease.
Although there are currently a variety of methods used including emotional images e. Affect in intimate relationships: The developmental course of marriage. For example, any effects attributed to anger vs.
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