Primary: The eight sectors are designed to indicate that there are eight primary emotion dimensions. They are anger, anticipation, joy, trust, fear, surprise, sadness and disgust. Intensity: The cone’s vertical dimension represents intensity – emotions intensify as they move from the outside to the center of the wheel.What are some examples of feelings and emotions?
Robert Plutchik's theory says that the eight basic emotions are: Fear → feeling of being afraid, frightened,scared . Anger → feeling angry. A stronger word for anger is rage. Sadness → feeling sad. Other words are sorrow, grief (a stronger feeling, for example when someone has died) Joy → feeling happy.What are the names of all the emotions?
Female Emotion Names. Names that mean anger, bitterness, compassion, delight, fear, happiness, hate, joy, pleasure, sadness, shame, sorrow, sympathy, wrath, etc.What are examples of primary and secondary emotions?
Our primary emotions are usually basic emotions like sadness, fear, shame, anger and joy. In theory, all the basic feelings can also be secondary. However, some secondary emotions are more typical than others, such as anxiety, irritation, global depressed mood, aggression, rage and emptiness or hopelessness.