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#Emotions

From The42 'Guys were very emotional at the last World Cup after winning a pool game' Level Heads

'Guys were very emotional at the last World Cup after winning a pool game'

Ireland believe they’re mentally in a better place to make history against the All Blacks on Saturday.

From TheJournal.ie What makes someone go from being hungry to hangry? Scientists may have found out Emotions

What makes someone go from being hungry to hangry? Scientists may have found out

The combination of hunger and anger may be a complicated emotional response involving an interplay of biology, personality and environmental cues.

From TheJournal.ie 'Love is a drug', 'rose-tinted glasses': Here's the science behind falling for someone

'Love is a drug', 'rose-tinted glasses': Here's the science behind falling for someone

Your stomach’s in knots, your heart flutters – but here’s what happens to your brain when you’re in love.

From The42 'I must hold myself to a higher standard': McGregor pens apology for conduct at Dublin MMA event Emotions

'I must hold myself to a higher standard': McGregor pens apology for conduct at Dublin MMA event

‘I sincerely apologize for my behavior at last weekends fight event in Dublin,’ says McGregor.

From TheJournal.ie Firgun: 'The emotion you probably never knew you have' Read Me

Firgun: 'The emotion you probably never knew you have'

It’s an emotion that there is no word in English for and is often described as the opposite feeling to schadenfreude, writes Dr Keith Gaynor.

7 emotions everyone stuck in work for Ireland v Sweden will feel

It’s not going to be easy but you’re not on your own.

From TheJournal.ie Don't use Facebook reactions if you value your privacy, say Belgian police Mood Monitoring

Don't use Facebook reactions if you value your privacy, say Belgian police

It believes that Facebook is using them to serve more targeted ads to users

From TheJournal.ie Your dog can tell if you're sad Man's Best Friend

Your dog can tell if you're sad

That ability has never been seen outside of humans.

From TheJournal.ie Here's nine things you may do that make people instantly dislike you Thumbs Down

Here's nine things you may do that make people instantly dislike you

And being too nice is one of them…

9 emotions and feelings we urgently need words for

Crying, but specifically on an airplane.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Is suicide a preventable cause of death? Mental Health

Column: Is suicide a preventable cause of death?

Suicide is the most preventable cause of death if people will talk and we can listen.

From TheJournal.ie Teens with cerebral palsy rate their quality of life as comparable with their able-bodied peers Happy

Teens with cerebral palsy rate their quality of life as comparable with their able-bodied peers

Pain was one of the main reasons that reduced the quality of life for adolescents.

From TheJournal.ie This Google Glass app uses facial expressions to tell how you're feeling Mood

This Google Glass app uses facial expressions to tell how you're feeling

SHORE analyses facial expressions in real-time to determine the mood a person is in, as well as their gender and age.

From TheJournal.ie Author of controversial Facebook study says he's sorry for anxiety caused Sorry

Author of controversial Facebook study says he's sorry for anxiety caused

The study, which altered the content users saw in their news feed in 2012, has come under severe criticism for as it was carried out without users’ knowledge or consent.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook 'manipulated users emotions' in secret study Emotional Contagion

Facebook 'manipulated users emotions' in secret study

For one week in 2012 Facebook tampered with the algorithm to see how it affected users.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the 'human-like' robot that can understand people's emotions Emotional Intelligence

Meet the 'human-like' robot that can understand people's emotions

Pepper, a robot that can understand human emotions and learn from human interactions, will go on sale in Japan for €1,420.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Our increasingly touch-phobic society is bad for children Boys To Men

Opinion: Our increasingly touch-phobic society is bad for children

Boys can sometimes have problems expressing their feelings – we must empower them so they grow into the kind of men our society really needs.

The 12 emotions of a Friday afternoon

Life is a rollercoaster…

This little girl's first roller coaster ride is hilariously emotional

What goes up, must come down.

From TheJournal.ie 'Wearable' book lets you experience characters' emotions while reading Come To Life

'Wearable' book lets you experience characters' emotions while reading

The book and wearable vest uses sensors and can trigger feedback based on the protagonist’s emotional or physical state.

From TheJournal.ie Column: We can be the healthy masculinity we wish to see Opinion

Column: We can be the healthy masculinity we wish to see

The “rules” and maschismo that so many boys learn early in life has created a stifling idea of what it means to be a man. But we don’t need to be bound by these narrow ideas, writes Carlos Andrés Gómez.

Dogs experience emotion at the level of a human child

Ever wonder if your dog really loves you?

From TheJournal.ie Extract: The 5 emotional stages of debt Read Me

Extract: The 5 emotional stages of debt

Determination, resolve and belief is what you need to overcome your debt problems, says financial expert Liam Croke who has some tips to help.

Here's why you might be crying this Tuesday morning

We’re talking science here, not that you had a big weekend.

From TheJournal.ie Column: I have Asperger's and I like being "different" Read Me

Column: I have Asperger's and I like being "different"

Fionn Hamill is a young boy who has Asperger’s Syndrome. Here he explains why he loves the way he is and how he never wishes he was any different.

From TheJournal.ie Column: How our idea of love changes as we get older Opinion

Column: How our idea of love changes as we get older

The qualities we value in a partner when we are young often change as we grow older, writes Kate Burke.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Once cancer has touched your life, nothing will ever be the same Read Me

Column: Once cancer has touched your life, nothing will ever be the same

Breast cancer survivor Marie Ennis-O’Connor says living past cancer is more complicated than simply being disease free.

From The42 Ferguson: emotions may affect players at Anfield JFT96

Ferguson: emotions may affect players at Anfield

“Human nature can be that way,” said Fergie ahead of Liverpool’s first home tie since last week’s Hillsborough revelations.

From TheJournal.ie 10 tips on overcoming fear Fear Factor

10 tips on overcoming fear

Author Robert Greene has written books on how to gain power and keep it – this is how he thinks you can overcome fear…

6 moments when politicians shed tears Dry Your Eyes Mate This post contains videos

6 moments when politicians shed tears

Strong steely-eyed or gooey inside, what way do you like your politicians?

Ten ways to achieve lasting happiness

Recent research suggests that, despite our material wealth, levels of happiness are slipping. In response to this, a movement for social change has identified ten ways to recapture the art of contentment.