publication . Article . 2011

discrete emotion norms for nouns berlin affective word list denn bawl

Benny B. Briesemeister; Lars Kuchinke; Arthur M. Jacobs;
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  • Published: 17 Mar 2011 Journal: Behavior Research Methods, volume 43, pages 441-448 (eissn: 1554-3528, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Abstract
The Berlin Affective Word List (BAWL, Vo, Jacobs, & Conrad, Behavior Research Methods, 35, 606-609, 2006) and the BAWL-R (Vo et al. in Behavior Research Methods 38, 606-609, 2009) are two commonly used lists to investigate affective properties of German words. The two-dimensional valence and arousal model of affect underlying the BAWL is traditionally contrasted with models describing affect in discrete emotional categories, which, however, are not currently incorporated in the BAWL. In order to allow future studies to investigate affective processing from both perspectives—or to directly compare them—in the present study, we collected data by assigning nouns ta...
Subjects
free text keywords: German, language.human_language, language, Affect (psychology), Word list, Noun, Lexical decision task, Future studies, Arousal, Cognitive psychology, Psychology, Linguistics, Econometrics, Discrete emotions
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