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Synonyms for emotionality

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The Vuyani Dance Company on Mayine and on Ndiredi captured the emotionality of the songs in such an exceptional fash- ion.
c) emotionality, related to emotional expression, trait empathy, and quality of relationship; and
Honesty-Humility, Emotionality, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness to experience) (Aghababaei and Arji, 2013).
Both male and female students feel test worry on the same level, but females have greater level of emotionality.
As expected, females reported higher total test anxiety and emotionality than males.
This scale is also subdivided into three sub scales on the basis of the three components of adolescent storm and stress (conflict provoking behaviors 3 items, emotionality 8 items, and risk taking behavior 5 items) identified by Hall, in Arnnet, (1999).
The new 'Made of Switzerland' claim covers the main features of the SWISS brand: SWISSness, emotionality and a strong customer focus.
She discusses the place of emotionality in the formulation of madness and mental illness and the modern, Western self, including the work of Michel Foucault, and the phases of the emotional aspect of mental illness (the asylum era, the Freudian period, and the biomedical age), examining aspects like the development of the psychological self, the proliferation of mental illnesses as emotional disorders, emotionality and mental illness in the reception of Vincent Van Gogh's work, the emergence of personality disorders, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, neuroscientific research on emotions and its engagement with aesthetics, and the role of neuroimaging in aesthetic renderings of the brain in creating narrative and meaning of emotional disorders.
Mamoon Khattak, Tehseen Abbas, Rahimuddin Afridi and Anwer Zeb have tackled the child labor issue under the title "The Impact of Workplace Conditions on the Emotionality of Children in Labor.
The EI data when subjected to principal axis factoring technique with varimax rotation procedure yielded 9 factors such as emotionality and impulsiveness, self-awareness, depression, managing anxieties, problem solving focus, assertiveness, empathy, self-confidence and managing others.
The fruits of normal emotionality can be obtained from the notion of stable emotional behavior at any level.
Acting emotionally Emotionality is not regarded as undesirable in societies oblivious to religious moral values.
Submissives scored significantly higher than dominants on emotionality.
Thus, turning down the light, effortless and unassuming as it may seem, can reduce emotionality in everyday decisions, most of which take place under bright light.