Natural Emotion Vocabularies as Windows on Distress and Well-being

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Description: Larger repertoires of emotion words in natural language correlated with more psychological distress and poorer physical health. Use of richer positive emotion vocabularies correlated with higher rates of well-being and better mental and physical health.

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To date we know little about natural emotion word repertoires, and whether or how they are associated with emotional functioning. Principles from linguistics suggest that the richness or diversity of individuals’ actively used emotion vocabularies may correspond with their typical emotion experiences. The current investigation measures active emotion vocabularies in participant-generated natural s...

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