KAVIAR Project

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Description: Project page of the Kammus Validity Investigation Across different Regions (KAVIAR)

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For a more detailed project description check here. The KAVIAR projects has the goal to cross-culturally validate a scale measuring a particular emotion that is commonly labeled as "being moved" in English. KAVIA stands for "KAmmus Validity Investigation Across different Regions, while KAMMUS stands for "KAma Muta MUltiplex Scale" (we pronounce KAMMUS as [kamy], as in Albert Camus. Kama Muta is wh...

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  • Kama Muta: Conceptualizing and Measuring the Experience Often Labelled Being Moved Across 19 Nations and 15 Languages

    English-speakers sometimes say that they feel moved to tears, emotionally touched, stirred, or that something warmed their heart; other languages use ...

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